Stare Decisis: Dress Codes, Union T-Shirts and the NLRB

Warner Norcross + Judd
The vocabulary phrase for today’s episode of Warner Employment News From the Law Shanty is “stare decisis.” Steve addresses the recent National Labor Relations Board case, Tesla Inc., 370 NLRB (2022), involving employees wearing union t-shirts to work. In this case, the NLRB overruled a prior board decision holding in Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., 368 NLRB 146 (2019). Steve reviews the board’s decision and what employers could anticipate as it pertains to workplace dress codes and uniforms.

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