NLRB Revises Rules Addressing Union Activity on Employer Property

In a 3-1 decision, the National Labor Relations Board recently ruled that employers may prohibit non-employee union representatives from soliciting or promoting union membership within common areas of an employer’s business — such as public restaurants and cafeterias — as long as the employer does so in a non-discriminatory manner. This action overruled 38 years of precedent. See the analysis from OMA Connections Partner and national law firm Dinsmore on this important policy change. 6/19/2019