If your employee handbook needs an update, then you need to attend this legal briefing. In December of 2017, the National Labor Relations Board released its decision in The Boeing Company, 365 NLRB No. 154. In this decision, the Board reassessed the standard used to determine if a handbook policy or work rule violates provisions of the NLRA, a federal law applicable to all private employers regardless of their union status.
In June of this year, the NLRB’s General Counsel released a memorandum providing further guidance on this new standard. These changes mean that many handbook policies may be outdated or out of compliance. During this legal briefing we will explore the Boeing decision, the new standard, and how it affects different policies. We will provide helpful guidance and sample policies to ensure your handbook is current and ready for 2019.
HR professionals, managers, and anyone responsible for developing or revising employee handbooks
Debra Turner, Attorney, MBA, SPHR, SHRM-SCP