Little-Known Facts About the NLRA

The NLRA protects employees' right to engage in 'concerted activities' for self-organization or for 'mutal aid or protection.' Several recent cases confirm that even employees who are not representd by a union or involved in any union activity are protected by the NLRB. Employers should be certain they maintain written evidence of compliance with all labor and employment laws.

This article appeared in the March 9, 2006 issue of the Fulton County Daily Report. Information about this publication is available at For additional information about the article, contact Bert Brannen at [email protected] or Jennifer Sandberg at [email protected] or (404) 231-1400.