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Category: Employment-at-Will / Restrictive Covenants

Legal Guidance or Abuse of Power? NLRB’s Abruzzo faces second lawsuit for captive audience memos.

We previously reported on how the NLRB’s General Counsel, Jennifer Abruzzo, issued a memo urging the Board to prohibit captive audience meetings. These are mandatory meetings employers hold to express their opinion that unions are …

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Protecting Confidentiality May Be Illegal: How the NLRB is changing severance agreements

In February, the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB” or “Board”) took aim at severance agreements, ruling that traditional confidentiality and non-disparagement clauses violate employees’ Section 7 rights. This is a departure from past NLRB rulings, …

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EMPLOYMENT LAWS IN NEW YORK YOU MIGHT NOT KNOW, BUT SHOULD! New York Employees Working At Least Six Hours Must Take a Lunch Break

Part Four in a Five Part Series originally posted in the Rockland County Business Journal on December 4, 2019 Most employers (hopefully) know that New York requires employers to give meal periods to employees working …

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