Are your work rules legal? THE NLRB may not think so

Are your work rules legal? THE NLRB may not think so
May 7, 2013

Recent National Labor Relations Board rulings are interfering with employers’ ability to enforce work rules governing employee conduct. These decisions – which may be upended by the courts – create challenges in employment practices and cover matters ranging from arbitration, confidentiality, workplace access and at-will disclaimers, social media and civility rules.

Attorneys from the Labor, Employment and Employee Benefits Practice will explore these issues in a two-part webinar series, “Turbulent Times in Labor Law,” presented by HB Litigation Services and provided by West LegalEdcenter.  On April 29th, part 1 of the webinar will focus primarily on NLRB decisions affecting both union and nonunion employers. On May 7th, part 2 will continue that theme, as well as take a closer look at key decisions affecting union employers.

Partners Harriet E. Cooperman and Edward R. Levin  will present each program from Noon to 1 p.m. The webinar will then be available on-demand on West LegalEdcenter. For more information and to register, click here. A discount on the registration cost is available using the promo code 24LABOR413.

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