Mid-Year 2024 Update on Labor Law and the National Labor Relations Board

28 May , 2024

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The last twelve months has seen an unprecedented shift in the NLRB’s view on labor law, including its recent rulings on union recognition following the Cemex decision, among others.

This program is designed for experienced labor law attorneys, new attorneys to the practice and those attorneys who just want to be sure of NLRB rulings and procedures to advise their clients.  Many of the recent rulings by the NLRB are geared toward non-union employers, so this program will focus attention on both non-union rulings as well as traditional NLRB dealings in union settings.  We will review the Cemex decision and go through the nuts and bolts of navigating through the new union recognition process.   

The program will also cover recent NLRB rulings on employee handbook policies, employee protests, the status of the long-awaited joint employer rule and the NLRB’s view of technology in the workplace.

The objectives of the course include:

Learning to advise employers on the new Cemex rule and how to advise an employer regarding the process of union recognition and getting to a secret ballot election

Reviewing employee handbooks and determining what the current NLRB believes is legal and what may not be legal, and how to draft employee policies that will not run afoul of the Act

Understand day to day actions of employers in dealing with employee actions that may be protected activity under the Act and how to avoid NLRB entanglement with such issues.

 

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