California: Advocacy of Insubordination On Facebook Is Concerted But Not Protected Activity
Finally, there’s a breath of common sense in an NLRB Facebook decision. The board this week upheld the dismissal of a ULP against a neighborhood center which had fired two workers for a profanity-laced discussion on Facebook in which they advocated various acts of insubordination. Richmond District Neighborhood Center, Case 20-CA-091748 (October 28, 2014). It is critical to note […]
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Employees Forced to Remain on-call without pay
California law places limits on forced overtime for workers. Outside of safety standards, there is no legal labor requirement to stop an employee from working as many hours of overtime as he or she wishes, but an hourly or non-exempt employee who works more than 8 hours in a day must be paid extra for […]