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Reminder To Employers: Even The “New” NLRB Will Not Bail You Out If You Terminate An Employee (Union or Non-Union) Who Discusses Or Complains About Terms And Conditions Of Employment

On Friday, May 4, 2018, the National Labor Relations Board ruled that a janitorial services company violated the National Labor Relations Act  when it terminated an employee who pursued wage theft claims and discussed the company’s poor working conditions with Houston city lawmakers.  Specifically, the employee filed a formal wage theft complaint with the city … Continue Reading

NLRB Includes Search-For-Work and Interim Employment Expenses as Direct Part of Make Whole Remedy Awards

Under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA), the remedies available to a successful claimant have been limited to “make whole relief.”  Like Title VII before the Civil rights Act of 1991, relief under the NLRA typically was limited to lost wages, benefits, other economic losses, and reinstatement.  The underlying policy behind such “make whole relief” … Continue Reading
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