Pro-Employer NLRB Rulings May Prompt Handbook Reviews
The end of 2019 was a busy year for the NLRB as the board issued a trio of decisions along with a procedural regulation slated to roll back some of the more onerous aspects of the agency’s “quickie election” rule. According to Charles Caulkins and Garrett Kamen, employers can expect more pro-employer developments (including decisions offering further clarity on social media and related rules) in the new year. In their article for Law360, they examine the NLRB’s recent monumental decisions, what employers should do to ensure compliance in light of these decisions, and what employers can expect from the NLRB in 2020.
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