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No-Recording Policies: May Employers Ban All Worker Recordings?

USA - June 20 2017 With a smartphone in almost every pocket, workers have high definition video and audio recording capabilities at their fingertips. It may be easier...


Employer’s Dispute Resolution Program Did Not Prevent Employee Termination

USA - May 17 2017 The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals recently upheld judgment in favor of an employer on a former employee’s retaliation and wrongful discharge claims...


Supreme Court Rules That NLRB Acting GC Became Ineligible To Serve After Nomination To Permanent Role

USA - March 21 2017 Once a President nominates a candidate for a Senate-confirmed office, that person may not serve in an acting capacity for that office while awaiting...


Union Organizing At Boeing, Yale University, and Elsewhere Show Need For Swift Response

USA - February 27 2017 Union organizing campaigns have been in the news a great deal lately. Graduate students at Yale University voted this week in favor of unionizing...


Colorado Hospital Targeted For Alleged Age Discrimination Against Nurses

USA - September 13 2016 A Chief Nursing Officer (CNO) is alleged to have stated that a younger nurse could “dance around the older nurses.” Not hard to imagine that such a...