In 2012, when the National Labor Relations Board launched a webpage addressing protected concerted activity, Chairman Mark Gaston Pearce declared Section 7 rights “one of the best kept secrets of the NLRA.” Two years later that rollout can be seen as a harbinger, with the NLRB educating employees about their rights to act together to try to improve their pay and working conditions, with or without a union.

But as a result of protected concerted activity's new publicity, employers have been faced with uncertainty and new challenges. In this podcast, partner Michael L. Stevens focuses on what employers should expect as unfair labor practice charges continue to rise.

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