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Termination for Dishonesty During Internal Investigation Lawful, Says NLRB

Posted in Employee Discipline, NLRB
In a positive development for employers, the NLRB held last week that the termination of an employee for lying during an internal investigation into complaints of harassing/discriminatory conduct was lawful.  Significantly, the decision occurred in a case that had been vacated as a result of Noel Canning. First, a quick review of the facts.  The… Continue Reading

Improper Policy Doesn’t Necessarily Mean Improper Discharge

Posted in NLRB
By Nelson Cary and Ashley Manfull Recent scrutiny of employee handbook policies by the NLRB (highlighted in prior posts on this blog) have left labor professionals grappling with what employee misconduct may be grounds for disciplinary action without running afoul of the NLRA.  Labor professionals are appropriately concerned that discharges may be overturned if employment policies… Continue Reading

NLRB Announces Webpage Describing Employee Rights

Posted in NLRB
A new page on the NLRB’s website went live today.  According to the NLRB, the page "describes the rights of employees to act together for their mutual aid and protection, even if they are not in a union."  The NLRB’s action is consistent with its push in the last couple of years to increase awareness of rights afforded under… Continue Reading

AGC Publishes Answers to Practitioner’s Questions

Posted in NLRB
Earlier this year, the Acting General Counsel met with the Practice and Procedure Committee of the American Bar Association’s Labor and Employment Law Section. He answered questions the Committee collected from practitioners around the country.  He did this last year as well. Consistent with his practice, the AGC released last week a memorandum (pdf) that summarized… Continue Reading