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Changing Union Labor Laws and Their Effects on Union-Free Employers

Learning more about the latest U.S. labor laws and their regulations can help your company stay ahead of the game and union-free....

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Pay Secrecy – Do You Know the Law?

Pay secrecy or pay confidentiality rules, also known as PSC rules, prohibit employees from discussing their wages with other employees. These rules can be written, verbal, or implied, though having a written rule in the employee handbook reviewed by ...

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TIPS-D and FLOP: What Employers Can Say During Union Organizing

Union organizing drives can be difficult to navigate. These two acronyms, commonly referred to as TIPS and FOE, are helpful in remembering employers' rights against unions....

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Buyer Beware! Avoid these 5 Pitfalls in Addressing Union Organizing

At Projections, we've been helping companies educate and inform employees on unions for over 4 decades; and we know that there are a pitfalls in addressing union organizing that can take a company by surprise. Especially when things start to gain mom...

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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....

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I Was Unable to Stop a Union Organizing Campaign: Now What?

You did everything within your legal rights, but you were unable to stop a union organizing campaign in your workplace. Now, the campaign is heading for an election. The union representatives were able to convince your employees that unionizing will ...

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Decertifying a Union: The Employer Bill of Rights

Many company leaders believe that once employees vote in a union, there is no way out. It's not true! You won't hear unions talking about it, but decertifying a union is a choice for employees - meaning they can choose to get rid of the union as thei...

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How To Communicate With A Diverse Workplace

To know how to communicate with a diverse workplace, you’ll need to make sure the company’s messages can be easily understood – by every employee....

Disabilities and Diversity: How Union Rules Can Stand in the Way

The ADA's Title I specifically prohibits discrimination against people with disabilities in every area of employment: recruitment, interviewing, hiring, promotions, benefits, termination and layoffs. When it comes to respectfully approaching disabili...

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What is an Anticipatory Withdrawal?

The new anticipatory withdrawal rule doesn't mean employers can suddenly act as if there is no union just because a majority of employees want out. Here are the ways you can handle it....

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Labor Consultant Tips & How to Explain The Law

Labor consultants often struggle to explain the complexities of labor law to their clients. Employers don’t want long, drawn-out legal explanations of the laws. They need examples that are relevant to their company that lets the employers know ...

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Collective Bargaining: What is a Good-Faith Impasse?

Anyone who wonders how long union contract negotiations can last when the National Labor Relations Board and courts get involved only has to look at the Mikesell’s Potato Chip Co. versus General Truck Drivers, Warehousemen, Helpers, Sales and S...

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