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NLRB Again Shows No Concern For Employee Privacy In New Ruling

Following its recent rejection of 50-year-old precedent, the NLRB today announced that it reversed 34-year old precedent and eliminated the categorical exemption of employee Witness Statements from being provided to a Union in disciplinary cases.  The decision, American Baptist Homes of … Continue reading

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