John F. Fullerton III, Member of the Firm in the Labor and Employment practice, copresents "The Legality of At-Will Provisions in Handbooks and Other Employment Documents" at the American Conference Institute's Advanced National Forum on NLRB & Labor Law Disputes and Litigation, which runs from March 21 to March 22.

Topics include:

  • Recent focus on work rules and policies in both union and non-union workplaces: what is found to violate or "chill" the right to engage in protected concerted activity under the NLRA?
  • Do's and don'ts when utilizing at-will employment clauses
  • Recap of recent cases before and advice from the Board regarding the legality of at-will provisions
  • An examination of how overly broad at-will provisions could chill employees' rights to engage in concerted activity
  • Drafting lawful at-will provisions for handbooks and other employment documents

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Event Detail

The Carlton Hotel
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