NLRB Examining Its Standard on When Employers Can Restrict Union Insignia

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The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) is seeking input on its standard for determining what kind of restrictions employers can put in place related to employees wearing union insignia on company uniforms.

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The Board’s call for briefs is related to a case involving Tesla, Inc. The issue in the Tesla case focuses on when an employer that requires employees to wear company uniforms can prohibit workers from wearing shirts with union logos in place of the required uniform.

The NLRB’s three Republican members—Marvin Kaplan, William Emanuel, and John Ring—voted to seek

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