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PERB Orders Employer to Negotiate with Union Over Redactions to Requested Investigation Report

May 21, 2020 by

PERB recently confirmed that public employers may not unilaterally make unlimited redactions to disciplinary investigatory reports produced in response to union requests. Rather, PERB ruled, employers have a duty to meet and confer with the… Read More

Trump NLRB Disenfranchises Voters Who Aren’t Careful

May 14, 2020 by

Employees casting their ballots in an NLRB election have a simple choice: Place an “x” in the YES box, or place an “x” in the NO box. Unfortunately, all too often, a voter places marks… Read More

NLRB Issues New Rule Gutting Historic Blocking-Charge Policy and Inviting Attacks on Voluntary Recognition Bargaining Relationships

April 8, 2020 by

The NLRB has issued a new rule that makes significant changes in the legal landscape for unions pursuing recognition both through the NLRB election process and via voluntary recognition. The new rule effectively guts the… Read More

Employees Must be Paid for Exit Searches

March 6, 2020 by

The California Supreme Court has issued another favorable ruling for workers, holding that employers are required to compensate employees for mandatory exit searches done off-the-clock. In Frlekin v. Apple, Inc. (Feb. 13, 2020) the Court… Read More

Trump Labor Board Gives Employers End-of-Year Gifts

February 6, 2020 by

In a series of decisions issued in December, the Trump-appointed majority on the NLRB reversed several important Obama Board decisions favoring unions and workers. In addition to the decision to allow employers to unilaterally cease… Read More

2020 Legislative Summary Employment Law, Part VI

January 21, 2020 by , , , , , and

This is the final post of our six-part series summarizing significant legislative changes in labor and employment law for 2020. PUBLIC SECTOR LABOR & EMPLOYMENT AB 378 – Family childcare providers: Bargaining representative This bill… Read More

2020 Legislative Summary Employment Law, Part V

January 16, 2020 by , , , , , and

This post is the fifth part of our six-part series summarizing significant legislative changes in labor and employment law for 2020. Today we are addressing developments in anti-discrimination/harassment law. Our final post will address public… Read More

2020 Legislative Summary Employment Law, Part IV

January 14, 2020 by , , , , , and

This post is the fourth part of our six-part series summarizing significant legislative changes in labor and employment law for 2020. Today we are addressing developments in health and safety law. Our coming posts will… Read More

2020 Legislative Summary Employment Law, Part III

January 9, 2020 by , , , , , and

This post is the third part of our six-part series summarizing significant legislative changes in labor and employment law for 2020. Today we are addressing developments in family leave and accommodation law. Our coming posts… Read More

2020 Legislative Summary Employment Law, Part II

January 7, 2020 by , , , , , and

This post is the second part of our six-part series summarizing significant legislative changes in labor and employment law for 2020. Today we are addressing developments in wage and hour law. Our coming posts will… Read More