So much labor-and-employment-law news this week, I’ll do what I can to cram it into a single post. Here goes…
From Seth Borden at Labor Relations Today comes this news about the Senate agreeing to — gasp — seat a full five-member National Labor Relations Board. How could this happen? Something about a nuclear option
and compromising photos..
Staying with the labor theme, Joel Barras at Employment Law Watch reports here about a recent advice memorandum from the NLRB’s General Counsel in which the GC concludes that employers must bargain with their unions before implementing new social media policies. No shock there.
Now the bridge from labor to employment, as ESPN reports here that Major League Baseball and its union have agreed to bolster its policies against harassment and discrimination based on sexual orientation. Well done!
And finally, what would a Thursday be without an employment law blog carnival. Or a summer road trip. Or both. Robin Shea at the Employment and Labor Insider brought you both right here!