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The Domino Effect Starts with Amazon’s ALU?

Recently, Amazon workers in New York voted to unionize.  Despite many attempts and at least one other election at an Amazon site in Bessmer, Alabama, this is the first Amazon facility to unionize.  Amazon workers voted in person over five days and about 8,000...

Are Non-competition Agreements Enforceable?

Non-compete agreements, also called restrictive covenants, are often found in employment contracts, or in some instances, employees are required to sign separate documents which have non-compete or non-solicitation agreements.  Employers may ask an employee to sign...

Be Careful with the Holly Jolly Holiday Bash!

The holidays are time to spread cheer throughout your business and celebrate the end of another year and look toward a fresh new one.  Holiday parties are common ways to celebrate at this time of year.  However, employers need to be aware of possible issues when...

NLRB: Salt Mine Tweet Under Fire

The Court of Appeals recently slammed the National Labor Relations Board’s decision that the publisher of conservative online magazine the Federalist unlawfully threatened workers by tweeting that he’d send them “back to the salt mine” if they tried to unionize....

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