2013 Employment Law Update - New Developments in Employment Law 2013

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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