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Wal-Mart, as the largest employer in the U.S., often draws attention when it changes its employment policies.  Such changes are particularly noteworthy where they address nationally sensitive employment issues like attendance and sick leave.

Concerted Activity

| April 2019
One of the most vexing issues for employers over the years is whether the action of an individual employee constitutes "protected concerted activity," which is protected against retaliation by the employer under the Labor Act.  Some of these cases, often decided adversely to the employer, arise in a context in which a single employee engages in some ...
It is well recognized that the current National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) is reversing some of the Obama-era rulings that adversely affected the employer community.  One of the issues addressed is whether a union in a non-right-to-work state may charge non-members "agency fees" for certain activities not directly relating to collective bargaining....
For many years, employers with more than 100 employees have been required to report the sexual and racial makeup of their workforces within designated categories of workers.  Consistent with a national trend toward pay equity, during the Obama Administration, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) revised its EEO-1 form to include a requi...
 

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