Recent U.S. Supreme Court Decisions Alter the Shape of the Workplace


A series of decisions recently issued by the Supreme Court of the United States, may alter your workplace and result in an evaluation of your polices and procedures as well as potentially create concerns regarding past litigation with unions. Employers need to be aware of what the decisions could represent for their facilities, which include adding a class action provision to arbitration policies, reviewing policies for disparate impact and electronic communication provisions, and determining whether the Supreme Court’s invalidation of all of the decisions made by National Labor Relations Board since 2008 creates a conflict for you. The following provides a brief overview of these cases and how they could ultimately affect your workplace.

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