September 2022 E-Update

Click here to view entire E-Update as a PDF RECENT DEVELOPMENTS An Employer Must Not Retaliate Against an Employee for Others’ Activity In several recent cases, the National Labor Relations Board reminds employers that illegal retaliation against a worker can occur even if they were not directly involved in the […]

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Well, If You’re An Employer Who Really Wants Your Employees to Unionize, There’s a Federal Agency Toolkit for You

Perhaps in an excess of optimism, multiple federal agencies – the Department of Labor, the Small Business Administration, the National Labor Relations Board, and the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Services – have partnered to create an online toolkit “for employers seeking guidance on supporting and responding to their employees interested […]

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More Federal Protections for Gig Workers?

The Federal Trade Commission, which is not typically involved in employment matters, has decided to throw its weight behind protecting the interests of gig workers from “unfair, deceptive and anticompetitive practices.” The FTC has issued a policy statement that identifies its concerns and the actions that it intends to take. […]

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