Entries by Jason Hedge

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Solicitation and Distribution Rules and Their Enforcement Under Attack: NLRB Continues to Narrow Employer Limitations on Workplace Communications

By Littler The National Labor Relations Act’s limitations on employer no-solicitation/no-distribution policies have been established for decades, right? Most labor relations practitioners and Human Resources specialists are familiar with “black letter law” that workplace solicitation can be restricted to non-work time and distribution can be restricted to non-work time and non-work areas. Simple, isn’t it? […]

San Francisco Ordinance Imposes New Burdens on ‘Formula’ Retail Employers

By Littler In addition to federal and state laws, San Francisco currently has ten labor and employment laws that apply only to employees working within the City.1 On December 5, 2014,2 the eleventh San Francisco-specific employment law was enacted, expanding the rights of some retail workers employed by specified retail employers. read more …read more […]

San Francisco Leads the Way in Expanding Rights for Part-Time Workers in Big Retail Businesses in 2015

By Littler In addition to federal and state laws, San Francisco currently has ten labor and employment laws that apply only to employees working within the City.1 On December 5, 2014,2 the eleventh San Francisco-specific employment law was enacted, expanding the rights of some retail workers employed by specified retail employers. read more …read more […]