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

  • 03
  • May
  • 2016

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Why It’s Important to Remember the Reason You Wrote Your Workplace Conduct Rules

To many unionized and non-unionized employers alike, it might appear that the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB” or the “Board”) has it out for their handbooks and policy manuals. From social media policies to arbitration provisions to confidentiality of internal investigations, the Board has aggressively scrutinized employer policies under a standard that can make it very difficult for an employer to know which of its policies are proper and which are not. 

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  • 19
  • April
  • 2016

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Who Is in Charge Around Here Anyway?

Many employees try to motivate their employees by giving them greater authority in the workplace. These employers often use a team approach and give the employees titles such as leads or team leaders. These efforts can pay real dividends in workforce management, but when they are reviewed under a 1930’s law called the National Labor Relations Act, determining whether these employees are also supervisors becomes an important but difficult issue.

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