Tag: NLRA

We’ve all read or heard about people who have been “Facebook fired” or reprimanded for making disparaging posts or comments on social networking sites.

Question: How should an employer handle an employee who is speaking to other coworkers about forming an employee group to file an employment complaint or lawsuit? What are the rights as a company to address this employee through work reassignment, discipline or termination? Answer: Consider any employment-related actions you make with employees engaging in groups discussing…

Question:   Our employees have a union and the union is requesting employee names, addresses, and home phone numbers of employees in our bargaining units. Are we required to give them this information, or just the employee names? Answer: We assume that you have already checked the labor-management contract with this union to determine if the…

A ruling has been given for the case of National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) v. NLRB concerning new posting requirements which include the right of employees to organize into unions, bargain collectively, discuss wages, benefits and working conditions, jointly complain, strike and picket, or choose not to do any of these activities. The ruling reads…