In This Issue:
- Court Rules NLRB's Workplace Union Notices Violated Law
- NLRB Urges Regional Directors to Maintain High Settlement Rate
- EEOC Seeing Rising Number of Age Discrimination Complaints
- OSHA Initiative Would Provide Protection for Temporary Employees
- Senators Reintroduce Employment Non-Discrimination Act
- Tech Companies Campaign for Immigration Reform
- E-Verify Would Be Mandatory If Immigration Bill Passes
- Immigration Bill Could Threaten Future of Indian Outsourcing
- Employers Offering Flexibility to Attract Talented Workers
- Buffett Calls for Equal Treatment of Women in Workplace
- Excerpt from Court Rules NLRB's Workplace Union Notices Violated Law:
The National Labor Relations Board violated the law when it required U.S. businessesto put notices in their workplaces and on their websites informing employees of theirright to unionize, a federal appeals court ruled. A unanimous three-judge panel of theU.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit struck down the rule, findingthat federal law prohibits the labor board from punishing a business for speech, or lackof it, as long as the business does not issue threats.
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Topics: Age Discrimination, E-Verify, EEOC, Gender Equity, Immigration Reform, NLRB, OSHA, Outsourcing, Settlement, Temporary Employees, Unions
Published In: Civil Procedure Updates, Civil Rights Updates, Constitutional Law Updates, Immigration Updates, Labor & Employment Updates
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