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Preventive Strategies Fourth Quarter 2015

  • November 24, 2015

A bulletin on employment, labor, benefits and immigration law for employers.

Table of Contents:

The NLRB’s Widening Reach Across the Modern Workplace

Joint Employers, Successors and Legal Obligations

“No Bargaining Table Is Big Enough”

Expansive Interpretations and Accidental Employees

Company Must Bargain as Successor After Retaining Union Workers as Local Law Requires

Board Goes After Collective Action Waivers in Arbitration Agreements

Single Employee Who Files Collective FLSA Action Is Engaged in Protected Concerted Activity

Decision Invalidating Confidentiality Policy Turns on Section 7 Rights

Developing Law of the Workplace

Historic Anniversaries for EEOC and ADA

EEOC Proposes Rulemaking on Wellness Programs

Jackson Lewis News & Events

Corporate Counsel Conference
Countdown to Election 2016: Impact on the Workplace
Special Guest: Charlie Rose

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