Protected Concerted Employee Activity - Live FutureOffice Network Smartcast

Upcoming Smartcast webinar details protected employee activity and employer do's and don'ts.
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July 16, 2012 - PRLog -- Questionable employee activity calls for a closer look at what the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) refers to as “protected concerted activity”. The act refers to employee doings in which an employer cannot retaliate against – such as employee assistance to labor unions or self-organization.

In some cases, employers are not fully aware of the rights employees have against an employer. According to Atlantic Steel, “there is protected concerted activity when two or more employees act together to improve their terms and conditions of employment”, meaning just two members need to band together over upset in the business.

Even further, employee conversations broadcasted via social media (Facebook, Twitter) are also protected against retaliation. Given its common usage, it is crucial that employers tune into information regarding employee rights in the workplace.

Craig J. Davidson, CEBS with the FutureOffice Network will present “Protected Concerted Employee Activity” on Tuesday, July 17th, at 10 am and will be repeated at 1 pm.  All times are central time.  To sign up go to  FutureOffice Network Smartcasts are free and open to the public.

About the Speaker
Mr. Davidson is Principal of Davidson Marketing Group, LLC and the FutureOffice Network. Davidson is also on the faculty at the Sheldon B. Lubar School of Business at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee.  He is also a monthly columnist for Employee Benefits Adviser magazine.

About FutureOffice Network
FutureOffice Network is an internet-based H.R. service with approximately 17,000 active users in 22 states.  Its tools streamline an employer’s workflow and include coverage of employee benefits, employment law, human resources, compensation rules, and employee communications.
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