Tag Archives: National Labor Relations Board

NLRB class action ruling under fire

WASHINGTON – One year after the National Labor Relations Board sent shock waves through the labor and employment bar by ruling that mandatory arbitration clauses barring class actions violated the National Labor Relations Act, the decision is coming under direct ...

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NLRB: Arbitration policy violated workers’ rights

A mandatory arbitration policy prohibiting class proceedings in the employee handbook of the nationwide fitness chain 24 Hour Fitness violated workers’ federally protected rights to take concerted action, a National Labor Relations Board Administrative Law Judge has ruled.

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NLRB ruling takes aim at confidential investigations

WASHINGTON – A recent National Labor Relations Board ruling holding that a company committed an unfair labor practice by requiring employees to agree to keep internal investigation interviews confidential is sending employers scrambling to change their policies.

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