National Labor Relations Act: Actions of the New NLRB
July 25, 2018 (Wed)  10:00 AM  US/Eastern

For both union and non-union employers alike, learn how the National Labor Relations Board has expanded its reach into non-union employment environments, as well as receive a complete update on all matters involving unionized employers, including use of social media and the gig economy.

• The View From Washington: a Report on the NLRB
- General comments about applicability of the NLRA to all employers
- Changes in composition of the NLRB and implications for businesses
• Round-up of Hot Topics under the NLRA
- Joint employer standard (Browning-Ferris Industries and Hy-Brand) | Legislative fix in the works
- Accelerated election procedures
- Micro units under Specialty Healthcare
- Worker Centers
- Class action waivers and arbitration agreements
- Confidentiality of employer investigations
- Use of employer email systems for union organization purposes
- NLRB guidance for employer policies
- Employee disparagement of employers on social media
• Right to Work in Ohio
• Changes due to sharing/gig economy
• Implications for Occupational Safety & Health


1) Christopher Slaughter, Member, Steptoe & Johnson PLLC: member of the U.S. Chamber Sub-Committee on the National Labor Relations Act;

2) Jack Merinar, Member, Steptoe & Johnson PLLC: recognized by Chambers USA and Best Lawyers; Board of Directors, National Ski Defense Lawyers Association, and a builders and contractors association;

3) Jana Grimm, Member, Steptoe & Johnson PLLC: Board of Chambers of Commerce and Health Care organizations

4) Bill Wahoff, Member, Steptoe & Johnson PLLC: member of the U.S. Chamber Sub-Committee on Occupational Safety & Health; OSHA-Authorized General Industry 10 & 30 Hour Trainer

5) Nelva Smith, Of Counsel, Steptoe & Johnson PLLC: OSH Law Treatise Editor, ABA-OSH Law Committee Presenter and Moderator

Accredited for 1.5 hours for SHRM, HRCI, and CLE

This is a past event and is no longer available for registration.