Gerald Hathaway discusses the ramifications of the NLRA for the non-union workplaces

"Not Just for Unionized Employers, Labor Act Also Covers Nonunion Firms, Attorneys Assert," Bureau of National Affairs, Inc.'s Bulletin to Management

Though many employers only think of the National Labor Relations Act as the primary federal law that governs organized labor agreements in the workplace, it also applies to non-union companies. While there are no monetary or punitive provisions within the act itself, violations can lead to penalties and open the non-union workplace up to union organizing. Leading labor attorneys, including Littler Senior Shareholder Jerry Hathaway, discuss the ramifications of the NLRA for non-union workplaces, and ways in which companies can adjust their policies to prevent violations.