Pointers for Employers in the Aftermath of ‘Strike for Black Lives’

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Earlier in July, organizers and labor organizations across the country were in the process of holding a “Strike for Black Lives”—a national walkout of workers in support of “dismantling racism and white supremacy to bring about fundamental changes in our society, economy and workplaces.”

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While the event has already taken place, to limit liability and keep their businesses running, employers must understand employees’ legal rights to participate in 1-day political strikes, like these. The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has interpreted the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) to provide important protections to employees who engage

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