Tag Archives for " Labor Law "

Union Salting And What You Need To Know

Find out exactly what is union salting, is it legal, how to know if you're being impacted, and most importantly, how to prevent it....

Labor Law

Why Would Employees Choose to Decertify a Union?

It may be due to the union failing to act in employee interests in some manner, and others are due to employers developing positive employee relations and meeting employee compensation, benefits, and working condition needs, meaning there is no reaso...

Labor Law, Positive Employee Relations

NLRA Employee Protected Concerted Activity in Social Media Policies

he NLRB continues to issue decisions that guide what constitutes a social media policy that protects employers and employees. It's a confusing area because employer rights to restrict employee social media post content that is harmful to the business...

Labor Law, Positive Employee Relations, UP: Preventing

Protected Concerted Activity Surrounding Email and Social Media

There are many forms of protected concerted activity. It could be as simple as your employees wearing buttons and pins with a labor union logo or as complex as a work stoppage to get management's attention for an employee issue. Following are some mo...

Labor Law, Prevent Union Organizing, UP: Recognizing

How to Manage an Unfair Labor Practice (Particularly During Union Organizing)

Learning to manage an unfair labor practice well is not only necessary, but it's also vital to the outcome of the entire process....

Labor Law, UP: Responding

Half-Year Update: The Impact of the NLRB in 2022

As the mid-term elections approach, we at IRI are pausing to examine the state of labor right now, including the idea of belonging in the workplace, internal worker unions, national organizing campaigns and worker sentiment, and what is likely to be ...

Labor Law

What Are Employers Rights During Union Organizing?

If you are facing a union that is working to organize employees at your company, your first instinct may be to want to panic, and panic leads to mistakes. It’s important, however, to know there are actions you can do to prevent unionization as...

Labor Law, Union Avoidance Training, UP: Responding

The Golden Age of Union Organizing

Unions are having a moment right now in the United States, a moment they haven’t experienced in quite a while. Jon Hyman, an employment labor attorney, author, speaker, and blogger is here to discuss the "perfect storm" of union organizing caused b...

Labor Law, Union Avoidance Training

White House Task Force on Worker Organizing and Empowerment

Ever since political parties changed in the federal administration, there hasn't been any doubt the White House would find multiple ways to make it easier for labor unions to gain membership and make it harder for employers to counter unionization at...

Labor Law, Prevent Union Organizing

Do You Need a Supervisory Status Analysis? Answer: Yes!

Do you need to conduct a Supervisory Status Analysis on each position you call "supervisor" or "manager"? Maybe you don't think so because isn't it obvious someone is a supervisor when they have direct reports and plan, organize, and control the wo...

Labor Law

How Much Does It Cost To Hire a Management Consultant?

A business considering hiring a management consultant wants to access the best advice and expertise possible. When Projections previously reviewed the top management consulting firms, it was clear that being the largest company does not necessarily e...

Consulting, Labor Law

How Do I Avoid a ULP?

You want to develop leaders who are focused on maintaining a positive workplace culture at all times. There are numerous NLRB ULP cases that boil down to a manager or supervisor getting frustrated with employees who support unions and making a threat...

Labor Law, Union Avoidance Training

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