Taught by Attorney Lindsey Wills of Faegre Baker Daniels.
Do you have a social media policy preventing your employees from defaming your company on Facebook? Do you have an at-will employment disclaimer? How about a requirement that employees keep workplace investigations confidential? Did you know these could violate the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA)?
Regardless of whether your business is union or non-union, you are subject to the NLRA. The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has become more aggressive and powerful under the current Administration. The NLRB has addressed social media policies, at-will employment statements, confidentiality policies and arbitration provisions. By all accounts, the NLRB’s activity will continue.
Join our webinar as we discuss the impact of these decisions on employers and how to best comply with the NLRA.