Impact of NLRA on Nonunion Employers

April 16, 2012
Lorman Education Services
Audio Conference

1:00 pm ET

Employees have the right under the National Labor Relations Act to form together for their mutual aid and protection and to engage in concerted activity to better their working conditions or protest those conditions. Although these actions usually occur in a union setting, nonunion employees also enjoy these protections and rights. Additionally, although nonunion employers are not bound to or confined by a collective bargaining agreement, the implementation of certain employer policies may unintentionally (or otherwise) impact adversely upon the exercise of these federally protected rights. This live audio conference will educate nonunion employers as to their obligations to their employees, what they can and cannot prohibit, how to be aware of when union organizers are making an effort to bring an union 'in' and how to deal with that contingency. We will also cover the new requirement to post employee rights under the NLRA. As this program will highlight, labor-management relations issues are not solely for the employer who already has a union 'in the house.'


Mark E. Tabakman


• CLE (Please check the "Detailed Credit Information" page for states that have already been approved)
• HR Certification Institute
• Additional credit may be available upon request. Contact Lorman at 866-352-9540 for further information.


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