Recent National Labor Relations Board Decisions: Not Just For Labor Lawyers Anymore. The Likely Impact on Both Union and Non-Union Workplaces (November 2016) [17416-5MP3 / 17416-5VIDEO]

Recent National Labor Relations Board Decisions: Not Just For Labor Lawyers Anymore. The Likely Impact on Both Union and Non-Union Workplaces (November 2016) [17416-5MP3 / 17416-5VIDEO]

 
Original Program Date: November 18, 2016
Duration: 1 hours
Credits: Law & Legal Procedure: 1.00
 
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Over the last few years a number of National Labor Relations Board decisions have issued which may significantly impact the extent to which nonunion employers can regulate the activities of their employees.

This presentation discusses the Board’s recent decisions in this regard, focusing on:
  • The definition of “protected concerted activity”
  • The Board’s more rigorous analysis of provisions in “Company Handbooks”
  • Employee arbitration agreements and class claim waivers.
All three areas present issues that you should be cognizant of as you advise your clients in the nonunion workplace.

Presenters:
Ronald J. Knox – Garvey Shubert Barer, Seattle
Carson Flora – Schwerin Campbell Barnard Iglitzin & Law, Seattle

Moderator: Bradley L. Medlin – Robblee Detwiler & Black, Seattle

This recorded session was presented as part of the live seminar and webcast, "16th Annual Labor and Employment Law Conference," recorded on November 18, 2016, in Seattle, WA. If you attended the live seminar or webcast and reported CLE credits, you cannot also report credits from watching or listening to this recording.


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