Employment Law Update Alert – April 2012
The NLRB Posting Saga Goes Another Round: No Required Posting at this Time
The NLRB’s revised effective date for the required union rights poster (April 30, 2012) has been indefinitely postponed. The federal appeals court for the District of Columbia issued an injunction on April 17 that prevents the NLRB from requiring the posting until the legal challenges to the posting are resolved. The Court ruled that the NLRB overstepped its authority in requiring the poster. Unlike other required government postings, such as EEO and minimum wage postings, the NLRB’s proposed 11X17 summary of employees’ union rights is not required by act of Congress. Rather, it is required by the NLRB’s own rule. Stay tuned for further updates.
28th Annual Employment Law Update – Putting the Pieces Together – July 19, 2012
The final showing of the 28th Annual Employment Law Update “Putting the Pieces Together” will be held at the Hampton Roads Convention Center on Thursday, July 19th. This date has been updated from previous mailings, so please make note of the new date. You don’t want to miss the final showing! The day will include:
- entertaining mock filing of an EEOC charge by a “problem” employee against his former employer
- ‘hired gun’ Jamie Shoemaker explains how he chooses the employers he sues
- a number of timely topics including What Employers Should Know About Social Media; Avoiding Discrimination Claims; Handling Unemployment Claims; Current Wage-Hour Issues; Safe Interviewing/Hiring Practices; and more.
The 28th Annual Employment Law Update will provide employers with valuable tips to piece together their employment law puzzles and reduce potential liability. For more information, contact Nicole Naidyhorski at (757) 624.3232.
This program has been approved for 6 credit hours toward PHR and SPHR recertification through the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI). For more information about certification or recertification, please visit the HRCI homepage at www.hrci.org.
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