ALJ rules that Boeing Company violated NLRA by photographing employee activity on Company premises
Barran Liebman LLP

Last week an administrative law judge for the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) held that Boeing Company engaged in a series of unfair labor practices surrounding its recording and photographing of union solidarity marches inside its plants in Everett, Washington and Portland, Oregon.

Recent NLRB invitations for briefs forecast changes in NLRB precedents
McGuireWoods LLP

When considering the issuance of decisions that overturn significant existing precedent or that otherwise might significantly affect the workplace, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) frequently will invite the submission of briefs from interested parties. 

Employer’s off-duty premises rule unlawful, says NLRB
Manatt Phelps & Phillips LLP

The latest target of the National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB) displeasure with regard to employer policies: a provision prohibiting off-duty employees from remaining on the premises after their shift ended. 

NLRB finds hospital must bargain with union on changes to dress code policy
Jackson Lewis PC

A hospital’s newly implemented dress code policy was a material, substantial, and significant change to union employees’ terms and conditions of employment that required bargaining with the union, the NLRBhas ruled.  

NLRB invites debate on employee use of work email for organizing activities
Epstein Becker Green

On April 30, 2014, the National Labor Relations Board (the “Board”) invited interested parties to submit amicus briefs addressing an employee’s right to use an employer’s electronic communications system for Section 7 activity in the case of Purple Communications Inc.