Tags » National Labor Relations Board

You CAN Ask Your Employees To Be Happy! Federal Appeals Court Reins In National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)

Contributed by Beverly Alfon, August 17­, 2017

Much has been written and discussed about the National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB) attack on handbook policies over the past several years. 476 more words

Employment Policies

Senate Confirms Republican Member to NLRB

By Edwin S. Hopson

On August 2, 2017, just prior to the August recess, the U.S. Senate confirmed the nomination of Marvin Kaplan by a vote of 50 to 48 to be a Member of the National Labor Relations Board.  108 more words

Labor Law

Daily News & Com­men­tary — June 21, 2017

Yesterday, Travis Kalanick resigned from his post as chief executive at Uber following a series of scandals concerning the company’s workplace culture and legal problems.  Earlier on Tuesday, a group of investors insisted Kalanick step down in a joint letter.   334 more words

Daily Headlines & Commentary

Workers Understand a Boss’s “Hopes”

According to the sworn testimony of former FBI Director James Comey, President Trump pulled him into a private meeting in the oval office and said, about the FBI’s ongoing investigation of former national security advisor Michael Flynn, “I hope you can let this go.”  One question raised by the testimony is whether it was reasonable for Comey to interpret President Trump’s statement as a directive.  161 more words

On Labor

Federal Labor Board Accuses Napa Hospital Of Preventing Workers From Unionizing

NAPA (KPIX 5) — One of the biggest hospitals in the North Bay and the largest employer in Napa County is accused of underhanded tactics to stop employees from unionizing. 378 more words

News

Video Policy in the Workplace: Court Says Whole Food Overreached

Whole Foods’ claimed that its policy barring employees from all unapproved recording in the workplace was in the best interest of the employees. But that didn’t stop the Second Circuit Court of Appeal from upholding a National Labor Relations Board ruling that the store’s policy ran afoul of the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA). 289 more words

National Labor Relations Board