Monthly Archives: September 2012

EEOC Pursues Poultry Processor for Taking Advantage of Disabled Workers

The EEOC announced a large award in a case against a turkey processor which abused intellectually disabled workers for years. According to the press release, The EEOC filed suit on behalf of a class of disabled workers who were being paid $65 per month for full time work and required to live in a “bunkhouse”...
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NLRB Formally Sanctions Anti-Posting Rule

The National Labor Relations Board has been closely reviewing employer rules on employee communications, especially in the social media context.  As reported here earlier, employees who used facebook to air grievances about something on the job were protected.  The protection is not limitless; a newspaper employee who tweeted inappropriate and offensive tweets about the city’s...
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