#BigIdeas2020: NLRB’s Actions Impact Employers in 2020Employment Law This Week® - Trending News January 3, 2020
A Trending News interview from Employment Law This Week®, featuring attorney Steve Swirsky, Member of the Firm:
The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) ended the year with a flurry of activity, including the relaxing of the “quickie” election rules and the reversal of Purple Communications. This will change many things for employers in the new year and beyond.
For more information on these major NLRB decisions, consider this related reading on Epstein Becker Green’s Blog Management Memo:
- “The Board Restores Balance in Collective Bargaining by Restoring Employers’ Right to Unilaterally Cease Dues Checkoff Upon Expiration of a Collective Bargaining Agreement”
- “NLRB Reverses Purple Communications – Holds Employer May Restrict Employees’ Use of Email and Other Information Technology Systems"
- “NLRB Reverses Position on Confidentiality Concerning Workplace Investigations – Holds That Confidentiality Requirements Are Presumptively Lawful”
- “NLRB Solidifies Boeing and Provides Guidance on Employer Workplace Rules”
- "NLRB Issues Proposed Rule to Scale Back 2014 Expedited Election Rules"
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