The new NLRB is coming. Learn more about employment law and ways to deal with workplace issues.
For the first time in about a decade, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) will be at full capacity. Even under turmoil for 2012, the board was active in dealing with workplace issues for unionized and non-unionized employers.
These issues included social media policies and practices, at-will provisions, confidentiality during investigations and “Facebook firings.”
In my August 2013 article for Maximize Social Business, I examine the recent history, the current status of the NLRB, and what employers should do to gear up for a newly formed NLRB. My article is titled: “4 Tips for Employers to Prepare for the New NLRB“.