Articles From Keri A. Legg

The need to accommodate workplace proselytization? By Keri A. Legg Labor and Employment Law, March 2007 There is an increase in the number of employees who desire to not only discuss their religious beliefs and practices at work, but who also hold religiously based needs to proselytize or affirmatively oppose “sin” in the workplace.
NLRB issues major ruling on supervisory status By Keri A. Legg Labor and Employment Law, December 2006 In a major decision just issued, Oakwood Healthcare, the National Labor Relations Board (the “Board”) clarified the guidelines for determining whether an individual is a supervisor under the National Labor Relations Act (the “Act”).

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