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When the Law is Unclear, What Employers Should do

Recently, the US Department of Justice filed a brief with the US Supreme Court arguing that federal law does not provide anti-discrimination protections for individuals on the basis of gender identity. The DOJ’s position contradicts the position that the …
that the NLRB is considering abandoning the Purple Communications standard https://www.theroyallawfirm.com/news/women-labor/when-law-unclear-what-employers-should-do/

The Purple Standard

In early August, the National Labor Relations Board announced that it was considering whether to deviate from the precedent of 2014’s Purple Communications, Inc. decision. To that end, the Board invited interested parties to submit amicus briefs on wheth…
s Purple Communications modify or overrule the Purple Communications doctrine. The Purple Communications doctr…cted concerted activity under Section 7. The Purple Communications https://www.theroyallawfirm.com/news/women-labor/purple-standard/

NLRB Decides Employees May Use Company E-mail for Union Organizing

The National Labor Relations Board’s (“NLRB” or the “Board”) trend of scrutiny of employee handbooks continues. The NLRB recently issued a new decision that will significantly impact many employers’ policies or practices related to employee use of e-mail…
in Purple Communications Purple Communications https://www.theroyallawfirm.com/news/women-labor/nlrb-decides-employees-may-use-company-e-mail-union-organizing/

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