Tag Archives: NLRA

The legality of employee strike action

Welcome to Reed Smith’s Monthly Global Employment Law blog post. This month’s post covers the legality of employee strikes in five key jurisdictions: France, Germany, Hong Kong, the UK and the United States. France According to the French Supreme Court, a lawful strike action is defined as a collective cessation of work, the purpose of … Continue Reading

NLRB General Counsel Keeps Unfriending Employer Social Media Policies

In a just-released Advice Memorandum found here, the NLRB General Counsel’s office (“GC”) publicized its position that employers must bargain with their unions before implementing new social media policies. The Memo “casually” notes that work rules, such as social media guidelines, provide an independent basis for discipline and are mandatory subjects of bargaining.  According to the … Continue Reading

NLRB Forbids “Do Not Discuss” Warnings to Employees During Confidential Investigations

  NLRB holds that employer’s practice of requesting employees to keep internal investigations confidential violates the NLRA.   The National Labor Relations Board ("NLRB" or "Board") is at it again, this time finding that an employer’s policy prohibiting employees from discussing ongoing investigations of employee misconduct infringes upon employees’ Section 7 rights in violation of … Continue Reading
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