Are Your Employees Covered Under NLRA? asks St. Louis Labor Law Attorney

Some employers think that because their employees are not unionized, they do not have to follow all the standards in the National Labor Relations Act. The truth is that most employees, union or not, are...

St. Louis Labor Law Attorney: The Importance of Avoiding Retaliation

Many businesses take complains personally, and this is understandable. We all want to think of our workplace as one free of harassment, discrimination, and other hostile elements which can make work uncomfortable. However, complains do...

Dress Code Overbroad, Discipline for Wearing “Slave Shirt” Unlawful

In Alma Prods. Co., NLRB ALJ, No. 7 CA-89537, 8/14/13, the Administrative Law Judge (“ALJ”) found that the employer violated Section 8(a)(3) and (1) when it disciplined an employee for refusing to remove his shirt...

St. Louis Labor Law Attorney: Small Business Back LGBT Rights

Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits employers from discriminating against people on the basis of race, color, religion, sex or national origin. This section applies to employers who employ 15 or...