The Changing NLRB and Its Impact on Aging Services Employers

June 1, 2022 | 11:15 am – 12:30 pm Concurrent Block B

B-2     The Changing NLRB and Its Impact on Aging Services Employers

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Aging Services Employers will certainly see greater, potentially adverse, impact on their ability to freely operate and the viability of their employment policies, as the National Labor Relations Board is anticipated to make significant changes in its enforcement priorities and how it interprets and applies the National Labor Relations Act, most likely in a pro-employee manner.  These changes include employer handbook rules, the use of confidentiality provisions in separation agreements, potentially greater access, both electronic and physical, to employees who seek to organize and run organizing campaigns, individual liability for corporate officers and directors and other enhanced remedies against employers for NLRA violations.  These changes require all employers, both unionized and non-unionized, to pay careful attention to compliance and maintain current best practices in a heightened regulatory and enforcement environment.  Our presenter for this program is Mark Tabakman, and Labor and Employment Partner at Fox Rothschild where he advises employers throughout the State of New Jersey on both state and federal employment laws.


Mark Tabakman

Bio: As a labor and employment attorney, Mark regularly works with health care and assisted living facilities to address employment concerns related to staffing and labor negotiations. He counsels human resource professionals and in-house counsel in complying with the myriad federal/state employment laws to provide creative, practical and cost-effective solutions to employment issues and problems.