Courts are increasingly skeptical of no-poach agreements that restrict the ability of employees to seek other employment opportunities.
Does allowing cookie sales unlawfully discriminate against the banned union organizers?
It’s a lesson that shipping giant UPS paid $2.25 million to learn.
Without credibility, you will have a massive problem defending the investigation in litigation.
Allowing horrific racial or sexual harassment all in the name of “protecting” employees section 7 rights under the NLRA, is in question.
There’s some comfort in knowing that the courts still can rule with common sense in mind.
Don’t make a knee-jerk decision to fire an employee who does something recreational during his or her FMLA leave.