By the (Hand)Book - NLRB Reversing Course on Workplace Rules

The ("NLRB" or the "Board") has not made this an easy task in recent years, frequently playing the role of employee handbook police and issuing decision after decision striking down both union and non-union employers' workplace rules as unlawful. However, the Board's recent decision in The Boeing Company reverses this trend and should come as a welcome relief to employers who rely on workplace rules to serve important business needs.
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The ("NLRB" or the "Board") has not made this an easy task in recent years, frequently playing the role of employee handbook police and issuing decision after decision striking down both union and non-union employers' workplace rules as unlawful. However, the Board's recent decision in The Boeing Company reverses this trend and should come as a welcome relief to employers who rely on workplace rules to serve important business needs.

April N. Love, is an attorney with Littler Mendelson, P.C., based in Houston, Texas. April represents management clients in a broad range of labor and employment issues, including employment discrimination, workplace harassment, retaliation, wrongful termination, wage and hour law, and traditional labor. She is licensed to practice in both Texas and California. You may contact April at alove@littler.com.

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