On December 3, Region 20 of the National Labor Relations Board issued a sweeping, consolidated complaint alleging that Whole Foods Market, Inc. violated federal labor law by maintaining and enforcing
Continue Reading NLRB Complaint Suggests Employers Cannot Prohibit BLM Messaging in the Workplace

On January 29, 2018, the DC Circuit remanded a 2016 NLRB decision – Grill Concepts Servs., Inc., 364 NLRB No. 36 (2016) back to the Board for reconsideration
Continue Reading Second Times the Charm? The NLRB Permitted Another Chance to Analyze Restaurant’s Work Rules

The National Labor Relations Board has ruled that an employer does not necessarily violate the National Labor Relations Act by maintaining a facially neutral work rule, policy or handbook provision
Continue Reading Trump NLRB Gives Employers a Little More Leeway in Maintaining Work Rules

The Obama Board did not pull any punches when it came to analyzing the lawfulness of workplace rules. Still, as previously blogged about here, a more balanced approach to
Continue Reading Management Bar: an NLRB Administrative Law Judge Has Recently Found Certain Workplace Rules Lawful…Surprised?