Heather Bailey’s Article Featured in NAMA’s InTouch Magazine

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Spring 2016
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Employers using no-recording policies that could be misinterpreted to cover protected employee activity, face a possibility that those policies may be considered unenforceable by the NLRB.

Heather Bailey advises that operators collaborate with legal counsel to create no-recording rules that closely align with operational needs and other relevant laws, while also emphasizing that the policies will not interfere with employees’ rights under the NLRA.

The full article can be found in NAMA’s InTouch Magazine, Spring 2016 edition.

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