Category Archives: NLRB

Five Things That Did Not Happen to Employers in 2013

It seems that the EEOC, the DOL, the NLRB, the unions and plaintiffs’ lawyers are always on the verge of doing something that causes headaches or worse for employers.  There were things employers feared or hoped for in 2013.  Here … Continue reading

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Top Five 2013 Resolutions for Employers

The year 2013 will be another challenging year for employers. Unions and plaintiffs’ attorneys will be emboldened by the government’s aggressive post election energy.  If you don’t know what to do first here are five things to act on promptly. … Continue reading

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Ten Reasons to Find a New Labor/Employment Attorney—Part 1

Employers have never been more heavily regulated and scrutinized by government authorities.  How can an employer be sure it is protected?  Most companies believe that that it is crucial to have a qualified labor/employment attorney available to immediately provide advice … Continue reading

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Beware of the Myths

A number of employers, even experienced or sophisticated employers sometimes believe, (or fool themselves in believing), some common myths about what is legal when it comes to employees.   Here are the some of the most common: MYTH #1        “Oh, I’ll … Continue reading

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