We have written before about the NLRB’s attacks on handbook provisions and other restrictions on employee communications, with warnings about restrictions on confidentiality of investigations, on using the company’s email system, on social media and policies about reporting complaints.Read More
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Until recently, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) had held for roughly 30 years that franchisors cannot be liable as joint employers unless they are involved in setting wages and hiring workers. That position appears to be on the verge of a sea-change.Read More
On its last day of the term, the Supreme Court for the first time ruled, 5-4, that privately held corporations can have religious beliefs and concluded that the government cannot make all private employers cover the cost of contraceptive services. This decision undercuts a provision of the Affordable Care Act (“ACA”) that requires that certain preventive services, including birth control, be included in all health insurance plans.Read More