NLRB news round-up for August 13, 2012NLRB_picketing_2007 (Photo credit: dctim1)
I haven’t done an NLRB update in a while. Here’s some of the stuff they’ve been up to lately. The Board has been active, even if they aren’t getting the same press now that they election is getting closer.
- NLRB files an injunction in a dispute between the Teamsters and the UAW in Louisville KY over who will represent the employees at a carhauler.
- More on the Teamsters/UAW/NLRB story
- The recent NLRB ruling on confidentiality of interviews may conflict with EEOC guidelines, creating chaos for employers trying to be in compliance with varying agency regulations.
- NLRB ruling could force changes to your company’s policy on internal investigations.
- NLRB finds standard at-will employment provisions unlawful, eEmployment documents can’t discourage protected concerted activity.
- Albany’s Times Union Settles NLRB Dispute With Newspaper Guild, ordered to rehire 3 fired employees, pay $800k.
- The NLRB filed a formal complaint against non-profit Peckham Vocational Industries alleging unfair labor practices.
- More on the compliance side of EEOC, NLRB amd social media.