Last week the NLRB issued several significant decisions. In the press release announcing the decisions, the agency noted that most were actually issued “the week of December 10, but were issued this week following editing and formatting which is typical for the final decisions in a Member’s term.” This is a reference to Member Hayes’ … Continue Reading
Employers faced with evidence of employee misconduct often conduct investigations. In many cases, there is no direct evidence. Oftetimes, there exists conflicting versions of events, and so witness statements are obtained. The employer then can consider all the aspects of what happened, taking into consideration who saw what, and the candor of employees. For over 32 years, such … Continue Reading
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