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Managing the Modern Workplace
V&E International Labor & Employment Resources

  • 22
  • August
  • 2019


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Union — Employer Scandals Hurt Many Modern Workplaces

In many American workplaces, the union that represents the employees has been ensconced for decades. So long, in fact, that it’s quite possible that none of the current employees ever voted for the union that represents them. Even so, the odds of these employees turning against that union or seeking to decertify it are very low.

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  • 25
  • June
  • 2019


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Does Your Arbitration Agreement Include a Carve-Out for Employee Access to the National Labor Relations Board? It Should.

Most employers mandating arbitration agreements as a condition of employment do not intend to prevent employees from filing unfair labor charges with the National Labor Relations Board (“Board”). But unless their agreements contain a “savings clause” making that clear to employees, they are susceptible to challenge that, at least according to the Board, could invalidate the entire agreement. 

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  • 25
  • April
  • 2019


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The Supreme Court All But Ends Classwide Arbitration, Delivering A Win For Employers

When most employers think about arbitration with their employees, they think about arbitrating the claims of one employee at a time. The U.S. Supreme Court agreed this week in Lamp Plus, Inc., et al. v. Varela, deciding that parties cannot be compelled to arbitrate class actions unless the arbitration agreement explicitly calls for class arbitration (something that virtually no arbitration agreement does).

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