The National Labor Relations Board is looking to make dramatic changes to employee handbooks. Here is the first paragraph in my latest article.
The National Labor Relations Board is actively looking to modify the legal standards that for the past five years have provided a commonsense solution for evaluating the legality of commonplace workplace misconduct rules. And if recent events are any indication, both unionized and non-unionized employers alike should be prepared for a new day in which your handbook rules will once again be unreasonably scrutinized – meaning your policies may need to be rewritten to ensure compliance with the new standards. What is happening at the Labor Board and what should you do to prepare for this inevitable swinging of the pendulum?
You can read the rest of the article here: https://www.fisherphillips.com/news-insights/its-time-to-revisit-your-handbook-rules-as-labor-board-takes-aim-at-workplace-civility-and-workplace-conduct.html
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