The NLRB issued a decisionthat may have an effect on Maryland employees facing mandatory arbitration clauses (discussed here).
The policy at issue states that it:
. . . applies to all . . . employees. . . and covers all disputes relating to or arising out of an employee’s employment . . . or the termination of that employment.
The Board invalidated the provision because it tended "to inhibit employees from filing charges with the Board." Employees facing a similarly broad clause now have an arrow in their quiver: filing an unfair labor practice charge with the NLRB.
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