Two recent developments involving the National Labor Relations Board’s scrutiny of restrictive covenant agreements, per its general counsel’s Memorandum 23-08, have provided a mix of good and bad news for employers.
On February 5, 2024, the NLRB’s Regional Director for Region 1, Laura Sacks, issued a written decision finding that Dartmouth’s men’s basketball players are employees under the National Labor Relations Act.
In this article, we take a step back to look at some of the key employment law trends and challenges that UK employers are likely to face over the coming year and how best to be ready to deal with them.
On Jan. 8, 2024, Governor Murphy signed S1438/A5794, which amended New Jersey’s State Prevailing Wage Act to permit unions to file prevailing wage claim suits on behalf of workers on covered projects regardless of whether the workers belong to the union.
On December 8, 2023, NLRB General Counsel Jennifer Abruzzo issued a Guidance Memorandum describing the practical impact of the 2023 final rule amending federal regulations that govern representation election procedures.
The Ontario Superior Court of Justice (Divisional Court) has quashed an arbitrator’s decision allowing two grievances that claimed collective agreements had been violated because they did not recognize September 19, 2022 as a paid holiday.