The National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”) seems poised to make significant changes in current legal standards that will affect employers.  In particular, the NLRB’s General Counsel has indicated that many decisions issued over the past several years will be revisited, including decisions related to employer policies, union access, and the scope of protected activity.  To make sense of these developments, this episode (the first of a two-part series) reviews recent activity at the NLRB that will affect employers in the near future.  Host Gabe Jiran is joined by labor and employment lawyer Jarad Lucan for a conversation about the NLRB’s focus and priorities over the coming years.  Gabe and Jarad discuss what this agenda from the NLRB may mean for employers, and how they should prepare themselves, now.

Tune in for part 2 of our NLRB update in the coming months when Gabe and Jarad take a critical look at some pending cases that have the potential to change the landscape for employers and unions alike.

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