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NLRB rules employers may ban nonemployee union activity in areas open to public

On June 14, the National Labor Relations Board ruled in a 3-1 decision that employers may prohibit non-employee union representatives from conducting organizing activities on employer property that is open to the public.

This decision overturns precedent dating back to the early 1980s that held employers could not ban non-employee union organizers from cafeterias and restaurants open to the public if they use the facility in a manner consistent with its intended use and are not “disruptive.”

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