NLRB Restores Long-Standing Precedent

Union Employers May Make Unilateral Employment Policy Changes When Consistent with Past Practices… In a 3-2 decision involving Raytheon Network Centric Systems last week, the National Labor Relations Board restored a 1964 precedent allowing an employer to implement employment changes that are consistent with past practice without first bargaining with the union. The Board’s new … More NLRB Restores Long-Standing Precedent

Video Policy in the Workplace: Court Says Whole Food Overreached

Whole Foods’ claimed that its policy barring employees from all unapproved recording in the workplace was in the best interest of the employees. But that didn’t stop the Second Circuit Court of Appeal from upholding a National Labor Relations Board ruling that the store’s policy ran afoul of the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA). The … More Video Policy in the Workplace: Court Says Whole Food Overreached