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Nonunion Employees Striking – How to Respond

A National General Strike has been announced for February 17, 2017 as a “peaceful display of resistance and solidarity” to protest the Trump Administration’s policies. This “strike” poses thorny legal issues for nonunion...more

NLRB Decision on Joint Employer Standards Results in a Major Change in Business Relationships

On, August 27, 2015, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) in a 3-2 decision gutted more than 30 years of legal precedent when it changed the joint employer standard in business relationships. See Browning-Ferris...more

NLRB: When the Law is Not the Law – A Huge Change in Business Relationships

The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) in a 3-2 decision last Thursday gutted more than 30 years of legal precedent when it changed the joint employer standard in business relationships in a case involving Browning-Ferris...more

NLRB's Quickie Election Rule Takes Effect - A New Threat for Employers: A Proactive Solution for You

The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) released its final Rule on "quickie elections" in December, and they are now in effect. These rules come down heavily in favor of unions....more

Supreme Court Finds NLRB Recess Appointments Invalid

In a highly anticipated decision, NLRB v. Noel Canning, the U.S. Supreme Court unanimously held yesterday that three of President Obama's recess appointments to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) were invalid because...more

Why Did the UAW Withdraw its Objections to the Volkswagen Election?

The UAW surprised many observers on April 21, 2014 by withdrawing its objections to the February 12-14, 2014 election at Volkswagen's Chattanooga, Tennessee plant. After employees voted by a 53% margin to reject...more

4/25/2014  /  NLRB , UAW , Union Elections , Unions , Volkswagen

Employment Reform Legislation Passes Tennessee Legislature

On April 16, 2014, the Tennessee General Assembly, at the urging of Baker Donelson, passed significant employment litigation reform that will benefit employers throughout Tennessee. The bill places caps on compensatory...more

Why Can't We Be Friends? – The Expanding Scope Of Third Party Retaliation Claims

Of all workplace discrimination claims employers are likely to face, retaliation claims top the list, comprising over one-third of all claims filed with the EEOC in recent years. The reason for their prevalence is that...more

According to the EEOC, courts have no business reviewing its efforts to conciliate charges of discrimination

The EEOC is making a concerted effort in courts across the country to shield from judicial review its actions during the pre-suit conciliation phase. The EEOC argues that the judiciary should not review for reasonableness and...more

Employers’ Latest Social Media Nightmare - - Vine

If you are still learning how to navigate Facebook, Tweet, or Instagram in order to keep up with your employees, you better add Vine to your list. Vine is a new mobile service app from Twitter that allows users to capture and...more

Time for Employers to Review Their Family Medical Leave Act Policies Following the Supreme Court's Decision to Strike Down DOMA

Employers in the District of Columbia, California, Connecticut, Delaware, Iowa, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island, Vermont, and Washington should review their Family Medical...more

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