Federal Law Protects Employees’ Right to Communicate The right of employees to communicate with other employees is protected by the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA). The NLRA protects an employee’s right to engage in union activity or to join with one or more co-workers to attempt to improve working conditions. […]
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What the law says about salary discussions Let’s face it, many employers would probably prefer that employees avoid discussions about compensation. After all, if staffers don’t know how much other people are making, the employer is less likely to have to worry about salary complaints. But if you suspect that […]
T-Mobile called out by feds for limiting employee conversations Can your employer restrict what you’re allowed to speak about with your fellow employees? Can you be fired for discussing compensation, benefits, or work conditions? According to a recent ruling by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), companies that attempt to […]
Certain speech about work is considered protected activity
You suspect that the pay scale at your company is less than equitable.