The NLRB GC has filed a long-anticipated complaint alleging that a university’s failure to use the term “employee” to refer to student-athletes in its student athlete handbook and related social media policies violates the NLRA.
On April 20, 2023, a three-member panel of the NLRB ruled 2-1 that a combination of remedies imposed for unfair labor practices by an administrative law judge were not only warranted but did not go far enough.
During the past few years, employers have seen efforts to restrict the use of confidentiality and nondisparagement provisions in severance agreements at both the state and federal levels. The NLRB has now joined the party.
DHS has announced a centralized process whereby undocumented workers who are victims of, or witnesses to, violations of labor rights can access a streamlined and expedited deferred action request process.