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Is the NLRB Embracing Common Sense?

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Keahn Morris, John Bolesta and James Hays comment on rule changes they believe are coming from the National Labor and Relations Board under the Trump administration.

"Current anti-harassment and anti-bullying laws may require an employer to take adverse action against a worker for their use of such ‘bad’ language. However, when those remarks are made while an employee is engaged in union or other protected concerted activity, then, depending upon the employee’s remarks and the context in which they are made, disciplining them for their use of inappropriate language may be an unfair labor practice."

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