Employment Flash - September 2012


In This Issue:

- New York Labor Law Expands Permissible Wage Deductions...1

- NLRB Holds Prohibiting Union or Nonunion Employee Discussions of Workplace Investigations Unlawful...1

- Supreme Court Rules Pharmaceutical Sales Employees Exempt Outside Salespeople... 2

- NLRB Social Media Policy Guidance... 2

- Ohio Court Holds Surviving Merger Entity Cannot Enforce Noncompete Agreement Absent Assignment...3

- California Protects Religious Dress and Grooming in the Workplace...4

- Invalidated Employment Provision of Arizona Immigration Law...4

- Homeland Security’s Immigrant Work Permit Program...4

- Supreme Court Holds Union Fees Require Nonmember Consent...5

- Excerpt from Supreme Court Holds Union Fees Require Nonmember Consent:

In Knox v. Service Employees International Union, Local 1100, No. 10-1121 (U.S. June 21, 2012), the United States Supreme Court held 7-2 that a public-sector union must provide the requisite “Hudson notice” and also receive affirmative consent from nonmembers prior to imposing a special assessment or other mid-year dues increase.

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