Register for KZA's April 21, 2015 Management Workshop on Defending Against the NLRB's Continued Attack on Private Employers

Volume 14, Issue 5
March 9, 2015

Given its aggressive efforts to increase the unionization of private workforces and drastic anti-employer case decisions, it is no wonder why the current National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) is said to be the "legal wing of the AFL-CIO." These developments, which impact unionized and non-unionized companies alike, require close attention and careful planning by management and human resource professionals.

Join KZA's founding partner, Gregg Kamer, together with fellow KZA partners, Eddie Keller and Todd Creer, for an informative discussion of the NLRB's current enforcement positions on:

  • Discipline for employee misconduct,
  • Internal company investigations,
  • Confidentiality rules,
  • Standards of conduct,
  • Handbook policies,
  • Use of social media, and
  • Employees' use of company email for union organizing and other "protected, concerted activities" as announced in its Purple Communications, Inc., 361 N.L.R.B. No. 43 (Dec. 11, 2014) decision

In addition, Gregg Kamer will discuss the NLRB's new "ambush election rules" (effective April 15, 2015) and what they mean for employers.

This KZA Management Workshop is free for current clients and available to non-clients for a nominal, prepaid registration fee of $25.00. A complimentary continental breakfast is included for all attendees.

Click here to register now.

Date: Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Time: 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

Location: The Orleans Hotel & Casino, Salon C&D

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