As Business Week reports this week, the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia struck down the poster requirement created by the National Labor Relations Board.  For those who do not know or do not remember, in August 2011, the NLRB adopted a rule requiring private businesses to post a notice of the

Desperately trying to retain its relevance in a world where unions are going by the wayside, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has taken up the issue of what employers can do about employee posts on the internet.

Under the National Labor Relations Act employees are permitted to engage in “concerted activity” which is to

It turns out the story of the Florida law firm employees fired for wearing orange is NOT over.  (For those not up to speed, see my post from March 20, 2012.)  At a recent legal seminar on the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA), I learned that the orange clad crew has filed a complaint with