Scary and Frightening: The #ELBC Carnival for October

Sometimes errors are made and you misread things. Actually you read things too fast and come to the wrong conclusion. Well that happened to me. I concluded that the #ELBC Employment Law Blog Carnival was to be published much earlier than it was supposed to be. I published it on the date that was the …

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In the news

This post today is a small collection of news items that caught my interest and I wanted you to be aware of them as well. Retaliation claims still the biggest The EEOC issued  report on claims shows an overall decline in claims, perhaps a reflection of the improved economy. The numbers showed that retaliation claims …

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The NLRB Hinders Confidentiality in Nonunion Companies

  As I have mentioned in the past the National Labor Relations Board has been moving into the arena of controlling the activities of nonunion companies. In their last ruling they hinder confidentiality in nonunion companies. The ruling The ruling was actually rendered in the NLRB’s case against Quicken Loans. The case involved a confidentiality …

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According to the NLRB CONFIDENTIALITY is a Nasty Word

If you are a non-union employer and thus not really paying attention to the National Labor Relations Board you are making a BIG mistake. They had made a number or rulings dealing with ALL PRIVATE WORK PLACES whether or not they are unionized. Under the National Labor Relations Act ALL private sector employees (with some …

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