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Littler Report
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November 9, 2016

With the Election (Mercifully) Behind Us, What Will a Trump Administration Mean for Employers?

The 2016 Presidential election was arguably the most contentious, unpredictable, and politically polarizing race in this nation's history. What will a Trump win mean for employers?

Insight
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October 24, 2016

NLRB Issues Numerous Decisions Against Employers as Hirozawa's Term Expires

In the midst of a heated presidential election cycle, employers are following recent decisions of the National Labor Relations Board closely.

ASAP
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October 5, 2016

NLRB General Counsel Wants More Clarity and Employee Protection for Intermittent Strikes

On October 3, 2016, the Office of the General Counsel (OGC) for the National Labor Relations Board asked the NLRB to clarify and broaden the protection afforded employees who engage in intermittent and partial strikes.

Insight
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September 29, 2016

Election 2016: Political Speech and Activity in the Workplace

On November 8, voters across the country will head to the polls to determine the next president. How should employers respond when politics inevitably spills over to the workplace?

Insight
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September 21, 2016

NLRB Expands Jurisdiction in Church-Operated Schools, Distinguishing Between "Religious" and "Secular" Instruction in Faculty Bargaining Unit Cases

In two recent cases, the NLRB distinguished between faculty members providing secular instruction and those providing religious instruction, in concluding that only those providing religious instruction were exempt from NLRA coverage.

ASAP
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September 20, 2016

NLRB Decides Charter Schools Are Private Corporations Despite Public Influence

In two recent cases, a divided National Labor Relations Board concluded that charter schools in Pennsylvania and New York are not political subdivisions within the meaning of Section 2(2) of the National Labor Relations Act.

ASAP
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September 20, 2016

NLRB Signs Off On Narrow Confidentiality Provision for Employee Reinstatement Agreements

The National Labor Relations Board recently confronted the question of “whether an employer can require an employee to keep confidential the terms of a settlement agreement in exchange for reinstatement.”

ASAP
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September 14, 2016

NLRB Scrutinizes Employer Motivation in Hiring Replacement Workers During Strike

Denying a motion for reconsideration, the National Labor Relations Board recently affirmed its decision in American Baptist Homes of the West d/b/a Piedmont Gardens, addressing the relevance of an employer’s motive in hiring permanent replacement workers

Insight
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September 9, 2016

Spruce Up Survives, But a Successor's First Communication to a Predecessor's Employees is More Critical Than Ever

In Paragon Systems, Inc., the National Labor Relations Board declined the General Counsel’s request to overturn its 42-year-old decision in Spruce Up Corp.

WPI Report
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September 2, 2016

Workplace Policy Institute Insider Report — September 2016

This month's Insider Report examines what federal agencies were up to while Congress was out of session, and discusses state and local laws that advanced in the weeks leading up to Labor Day.

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