Some precedent at the NLRB may be changing, but some is not.  Relying on a 40-year old case, the NLRB recently ruled that an Ohio manufacturer violated the NLRA when it suspended and discharged a non-union employee for complaining about working conditions.  Meyer Tool, Inc., 366 N.L.R.B. No. 32 (March 9, 2018). The employer argued… Continue Reading