The National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) guarantees the right of employees (not supervisors) to collectively bargain with their employers and to engage in other protected, concerted activity. Employers engage in unfair labor practices when they interfere or restrain the exercise of these rights through unfair discipline, threats of discharge or other adverse actions. Workplace policies can also violate the NLRA when they are overboard or unduly restrictive. This seminar will provide a straight forward, in-depth understanding of how the NLRA applies to non-union employers, including:
- The legal distinction between “employees” and supervisors;
- Union-fee policies and statements;
- Non-solicitation and distribution policies and practices;
- Free speech, surveillance and social networking;
- Unfair labor practices, including discipline;
- Moonlighting and Fraternization;
- Discussion of wages, benefits and other conditions of employment;
- Dress Codes; and
- Employer-dominated meetings.
This session will be led by John J. Sarno
EANJ Training Room
30 West Mt. Pleasant Avenue
Livingston, NJ 07739
$95 EANJ members
$135 non EANJ members
Registration is limited to the first 20 registrants.
Substitutions are permitted, however in order to meet program commitments, cancellations made less than two (2) full working days before the program date or "no-shows", must be charged the full registration fee.