NLRB Decisions have reached the level of absurd

Ringmaster for the circus of the Absurd
Ringmaster for the circus of the Absurd

Writer and philosopher Albert Camus once said “At any street corner the feeling of absurdity can strike any man in the face.” I was struck in the face with such a feeling when I read the NLRB’s decision on a handbook statement T-Mobile had in their handbook.
According to David Pryzbylski, of the law firm Barnes and Thornburg, an administrative law judge ruled that this statement “This Handbook is a confidential and proprietary Company document, and must not be disclosed to or used by any third party without the prior written consent of the Company” has the effect of “chilling” potential union activity and is therefore illegal to have in the handbook.
What happened to the right of a company to protect its property?
This decision is just absurd.

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