Conflict cited in NLRB joint-employer case draws hearing request - Standard-Examiner

On February 23, 2018, in NLRB, by Staff

Conflict cited in NLRB joint-employer case draws hearing requestStandard-ExaminerBerry said that NLRB member William Emanuel, whose former law firm Littler Mendelson had represented one of the companies involved in an Obama-era ruling to widen the circumstances under which a company can be considered a “joint employer” of workers … …read more

NLRB rules on ex-Google employee's wrongful termination complaint - Hr Morning

On February 23, 2018, in NLRB, by Staff

Hr MorningNLRB rules on ex-Google employee’s wrongful termination complaintHr MorningCan you fire an employee for expressing their discriminatory views, or is that speech protected? This was the question the NLRB answered when addressing a recent wrongful termination complaint. Ex-Google employee James Damore, now infamous for that 10 … …read more

The NLRB Joins the #MeToo Movement - Lexology

On February 23, 2018, in NLRB, by Staff

The NLRB Joins the #MeToo MovementLexologyAs we previously posted, gender discrimination issues have been a hot topic at the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”). Now, it seems the NLRB is even more on board the #metoo movement – but with a twist, sexual harassment by unions. On February 20 … …read more

Conflict Cited in NLRB Joint-Employer Case Draws Hearing Request - Bloomberg

On February 23, 2018, in NLRB, by Staff

BloombergConflict Cited in NLRB Joint-Employer Case Draws Hearing RequestBloombergThe letter follows blistering comments this week from Democrats including his Senate counterpart Patty Murray as well as Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren, who both called for the NLRB to re-hear the “joint-employer” case. The case in which …United States: The Practical NLRB Advisor: Winter 2018Mondaq News AlertsTop […]

NLRB's inspector general questions validity of joint employer ruling ... - HR Dive

On February 23, 2018, in NLRB, by Staff

BloombergNLRB’s inspector general questions validity of joint employer ruling …HR DiveThe National Labor Relations Board’s inspector general has determined that Board member Bill Emanuel should not have participated in a recent decision because of a conflict of interest, Law360 reports. His participation in a case that reinstated an …Trump Appointee Labor ‘Conflict’ Triggers Call For […]