The intersection of the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) and general legal protections in non-union workplaces can be difficult to navigate. And, a lot of the time, that difficulty starts with the common misconception that the NLRA does not provide that many rights and protections to non-union employees—making it a low priority topic for employers with non-union workplaces. The reality, however, is that the NLRA is regularly implicated on a daily basis in non-union workplaces in simple things like employee discussions about salary and workplace conditions, and employees’ use of social media. This is because the NLRA affords certain rights to non-union employees who engage in “protected and concerted activity” regarding terms and conditions of their employment.
In this session, Wright Lindsey Jennings’ John Davis and Daveante Jones will cover how to navigate some of the important issues relating to the NLRA and the rights afforded to employees who engage in “protected and concerted activity.” They will also offer thoughts on how these protections may impact your businesses and personnel policies, and address any questions you may have on other rights and protections employees may have under the NLRA.
This free seminar and complimentary lunch will begin at 11:30 a.m. in the WLJ Conference Room (Floor 23) at our offices in the Bank of America Building (200 W. Capitol Avenue) in Little Rock.
Webinar access is also available. For virtual attendance, please register here.
Thursday, August 25, 2022
11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
WLJ Conference Room (Floor 23) at our offices in the Bank of America Building (200 W. Capitol Avenue) in Little Rock
Contact Rickie Smith to RSVP or with any questions.
For virtual attendance, please register here.