The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) enforces the National Labor Relations Act, and is primarily concerned with protecting union employees and organizing efforts. Learn how the NLRB impacts employee terminations.
- The National Labor Relations Board…enforces the National Labor Relations Act…and it's primarily concerned with protecting union employees…and employee organizing efforts.…According to the NLRB,…it protects the rights of private sector employees…to join together, with or without a union,…to improve their wages and working conditions.…The NLRB says that if employees are fired,…suspended, or otherwise penalized…for taking part in protected group activity…that the NLRB will fight to restore…what was unlawfully taken away.…
Most managers are not protected by the NLRA,…but the employees they manage sure are.…Section 7 of the NLRA states that…employees shall have the right to self-organization,…to form, join, or assist labor organizations,…to bargain collectively…through representatives of their own choosing,…and to engage in other concerted activities…for the purposes of collective bargaining…or other mutual aid or protection…and shall also have the right to refrain…from any or all such activities.…
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- Test and assessment instruments
- Managing employee leave
- Harassment and discrimination laws
- Handling bullies in the workplace
- Employee discipline