The NLRB and Why Many Handbooks Are Unlawful

Brett Holubeck
Brett Holubeck | Fisher Phillips

Brett takes a practical approach to counsel and defend businesses and individual in employment law issues and disputes.

On-Demand: February 27, 2024
The NLRB and Why Many Handbooks Are Unlawful

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Program Summary

The recent Stericycle decision by the National Labor Relations Board has made drafting employee handbooks much more difficult for employers. Months after this decision employers are still trying to determine what policies they can and cannot include in their handbooks. This decision has resulted in companies needing to work to ensure that their policies are not overbroad and are narrowly tailored to avoid a violation and possible charge. For these reasons, companies are now scrambling to correct and update their handbooks.

Key topics to be discussed:

  • The recent decision in Stericycle and the NLRB’s continued cases and guidance regarding workplace policies
  • Understanding the policies that are most at risk of violating the law
  • The need to narrowly tailor workplace policies

Closed-captioning available

Speakers

Brett Holubeck_myLawCLEBrett Holubeck | Fisher Phillips

Brett takes a practical approach to counsel and defend businesses and individual in employment law issues and disputes. He knows that good preventative measures are crucial to avoiding litigation and improving performance and employee morale. Brett advises on employee handbooks, drafts employment agreements, helps ensure compliant policies, and understands the importance of having the right policies and practices in place. He has handled wage and hour, employee leave, noncompete, and labor relations matters, as well as represented companies before the NLRB.

Finally, Brett runs his own blog, texaslaborlawblog.com covering various employment and labor law issues

Agenda

I. The recent decision in Stericycle and the NLRB’s continued cases and guidance regarding workplace policies | 1:00pm – 1:30pm

II. Understanding the policies that are most at risk of violating the law | 1:30pm – 2:00pm

Break | 2:00pm – 2:10pm

III. The need to narrowly tailor workplace policies | 2:10pm – 2:40pm