In recent years, the National Labor Relations Board has relentlessly attacked common sense policies found in many employee handbooks. I have been hoping that the U.S. Court of Appeals would correct these egregious decisions. I am delighted to report that, on July 25, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit issued an opinion in a case involving T-Mobile that did just that.MORE
Question: What should an employer do if an employee refuses to sign the employee handbook acknowledgment form?
Click MORE to read the response from Michael Zinser of The Zinser Law Firm.MORE
Digby Solomon returns to the public square after his retirement from the Daily Press of Newport News, Va.More
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