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NLRB's Expanding Relevance to Non-Unionized Employers

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June 3, 2015
4:00 PM - 5:15 PM
Scott Hall at St. Louis University School of Law
1001 14th St NW
Washington, DC 20005
Registration Fee: Complimentary
The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) is lengthening its reach into your workplace.  It no longer matters whether or not you are unionized.  The NLRB is now reaching into and governing nearly all employee policies, employee handbooks and social media policies. In light of all the recent changes and the ongoing evolution of the law, you will want to attend this special program presented by Jackson Lewis attorneys who are dedicated to representing management exclusively in workplace law. 
The issues and answers are more expansive than one might think. This program, designed for both non-union and union employers, will explore how employers can avoid liability under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA), as well as help non-union employers maintain a union-free workplace. Learn what you need to know about:
Why non-union employers need to be concerned about the NLRB
How to recognize and avoid liability under the new standards announced by the NLRB
Which provisions of your employee handbook are exposing you to legal risk
How the NLRB views employee social media policies
What is the NLRB’s so-called Quickie Election Rule
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Scott Hall at St. Louis University School of Law
100 North Tucker Boulevard, 12th floor
St. Louis, Missouri

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