Court to Labor Board: Your “misguided attempt to find a labor-law violation” is “nonsense”

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Like The Rock laying the smack(eth) down on Cody Rhodes in a Chicago parking lot, a federal appellate court recently pummelled the National Labor Relations Board. Although to be clear, no one was harmed as part of the DC Court of Appeals’ recent ruling about the contours of employee surveillance.

I’ll tell you what happened.

During his lunch break, a delivery driver covered an onboard camera in his company truck. So his supervisor texted him once not to cover the camera. That’s it.

But the union filed unfair-labor-practice charges anyway, and the Board’s General Counsel issued a complaint, alleging

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