Ask the Attorney: You May Not Have A Union, But You Better Watch Out For The NLRB

 
  Aug. 3, 2016   |   www.fisherphillips.com  
 
DATE AND TIME
Aug. 9, 2016
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
LOCATION

1075 Peachtree Street, NE
Suite 3500
Atlanta, GA 30309

The TAG HR/Diversity Society cordially invites you to attend Ask the Attorney: You May Not Have a Union, but You Better Watch Out for the NLRB, an interactive roundtable discussion providing you with an opportunity to network with other HR professionals and our expert lawyers in an informal and collaborative setting.

The NLRB has created and is enforcing rights for nonunion employees. Recent months have seen near endless National Labor relations Board (NLRB) and USDOL challenges to employee handbooks and rules. Reasonable and long-standing practices about solicitation, professionalism, confidentiality, harming the company’s reputation and discipline have resulted in the NLRB ordering back wages and reinstatement for employees even when no union was involved.

In addition, the NLRB has protected employees’ rights to complain on social media, challenge workplace rules, and engage in organized walk outs and work stoppages – all without any union affiliation or involvement.  This presentation will provide attendees with a forum to discuss potential issues and obtain the tools for handling employee issues without running afoul of these rules. 

Agenda:
11:00 am – Registration & Networking
11:30 am – Lunch & Introductions
11:45 am – Roundtable Discussion
1:00 pm – Program Adjourns

Click here to register.

About the TAG HR/Diversity Society Roundtable
The TAG HR/Diversity Society Roundtable is created with today’s HR professional and business owners in mind. This program provides attendees an opportunity to discuss the most difficult labor and employment issues faced on a day-to-day basis, while engaging in an interactive, in-depth discussion with colleagues about fact-specific scenarios. Discussions are facilitated by Fisher Phillips attorneys.

This event has been approved for SHRM and HRCI credits.