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NLRB nixes agreements waiving employees' collective action rights

USA - January 10 2012 On Friday, two members of the National Labor Relations Board ruled that an employer cannot require its employees to sign an arbitration agreement that prevents employees from collectively pursuing employment-related claims in all forums, including arbitration or the courts.

Co-authors: Erin K. Clarke, Steven W. Suflas.

NLRB postpones poster requirement’s effective date

USA - December 29 2011 A pending lawsuit has led to a five-month delay of the new federal rule that requires employers to display a poster in the workplace that outlines workers’ rights to organize under the National Labor Relations Act.

Co-authors: Geoffrey D. Bruen .

Are your student workers paid properly? Hofstra settles FLSA case

USA - November 1 2011 A recent wage and hour settlement between Hofstra University and 256 student workers highlights the pitfalls faced by a college or university employing students.

Co-authors: Kelly T. Kindig.

NLRB delays deadline for posting employee rights notice

USA - October 6 2011 Amidst resistance and apparent confusion surrounding its new employee rights notice-posting rule, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has pushed back the rule’s effective date by more than two months.

Co-authors: Geoffrey D. Bruen .

NLRB employee rights poster rule sparks NAM lawsuit

USA - September 20 2011 Following its announcement of a Final Rule requiring employers to post a notice of workplace employee rights under the National Labor Relations Act, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has issued the official poster.

Co-authors: Geoffrey D. Bruen .

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