In this update:

- 2013 Schedule of Seminars

- Wage & Hour

- New Laws Impacting Hiring Practices

- Discrimination & Harassment

- Developing Law Regarding Employer Arbitration Agreements

- Employer Responsibility Under the Affordable Care Act

- The NLRB’s Continued Campaign for Relevance Creates Problems for Employers

An excerpt from "The NLRB’s Continued Campaign for Relevance Creates Problems for Employers"

In last year’s Update, we included a Primer on the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) for non-union employers. It may have come as a surprise that a 77-year old federal law typically associated with union elections and collective bargaining applies also to employers without unions. With less than 7% of the private sector workforce belonging to unions, the Democratically-controlled National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) seems committed to regaining relevance in the 21st century which means effecting change in workplaces where there are no unions.

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Topics:  Affordable Care Act, Arbitration Agreements, Background Checks, Brinker, Discrimination, Hiring & Firing, Minimum Wage, Non-Exempt Employees, Pregnancy Discrimination, See's Candy Shops, Social Media Policy, Wage and Hour, Wage Theft Prevention Act, Wages

Published In: Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Updates, Civil Rights Updates, Insurance Updates, Labor & Employment Updates

DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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