Do you prohibit recordings in the workplace? Do you make your employees consent to binding arbitration to resolve all disputes? I’ve posted here and here about mandatory arbitration agreements. You may already know that the NLRB says that arbitration agreements may violate the NLRA. You may also know that the NLRB says that a ban on […]
Well, the results are in. The people — or rather the Electoral College– has spoken. Donald Trump will be our new President in January 2017. Many are writing and speculating about the impact a Trump presidency can be expected to have on businesses and employers. Mr. Trump will have the ability to impact several key […]
Happy Thanksgiving! We have been exploring pitfalls encountered when employers require employees to submit employment-related disputes to binding arbitration rather than filing a lawsuit. This week, The Emplawyerologist focuses on the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)’s attempt to limit this practice by employers.