California’s New Workplace Anti-Bullying Law May Trigger Violations of the NLRA

Employers Must Consider the Context When Responding to Complaints of Hostile or Offensive Conduct Stephen R. McCutcheon, Jr., Attorney at Law With Governor Brown’s signature of Assembly Bill 2053, the State of California is intruding further into the workplace – mandating that employers with 50 or more employees teach supervisors about prevention of “abusive conduct” … More California’s New Workplace Anti-Bullying Law May Trigger Violations of the NLRA