In the days leading up to Christmas, the NLRB released 15 new opinions --13 of them concluded that the employer had promulgated an unlawful arbitration clause.
The NLRB views online expressions of dissatisfaction with an employer as potentially protected concerted activity, or the equivalent of a group of employees discussing labor issues.
A new NLRB rule shortens the time between a union petition and an election, but employers can gain advantages.
Until people fully understand that social media is erasing the line between the personal and the professional, these issues will continue to arise.
The mantra to 'document all performance issues' before terminating an employee is underscored by the court’s findings in the Landolfi case.
Comply with the EEOC regulations, because unless you’re Bugs Bunny, the hawk always wins.
The ABA Journal inducted me into its Blawg 100 Hall of Fame, the fourth year the magazine has bestowed such an honor.
Employers must remain alert regarding individuals that the employer does not view as employees may nevertheless be found to be employees.
An ostracism from a social network likely should not support a claim for retaliation.
An alternative to the highly sought-after H-1B visa, the L-1B visa helps maintain the smooth transfer of employees throughout affiliate companies and U.S. operations.