Tag Archives: National Labor Relations Board

Non-disclosure/confidentiality clauses: the NLRB is going after them

The National Labor Relations Board has challenged some parts of the employee contracts at the hedge fund Bridgewater Associates, including the confidentiality agreement. Source: Labor Board Challenges Secrecy in Wall Street Contracts – The New York Times I’ve previously and … Continue reading

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“Grad students win right to unionize…”

Hurrah. I think anybody who wants to unionize should be able to. Who could object? The least powerful among us gain weight and voices by unionizing. Let’s everybody unionize. A ruling by the National Labor Relations Board involving students at … Continue reading

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An employment lawyer on non-disparagement clauses

The New York Times article I cited a few days ago evoked an excellent letter from Rita Tobin, an employment lawyer, on the subject. She points out, as I did not (didn’t think of it), that companies have always had … Continue reading

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