Big Local Changes in 2016 Labor Laws | NFIB Legal Ease
Employers in non-unionized organizations—especially small businesses—often are surprised to learn they are likely subject to the National Labor Relations Act, the federal labor law that is enforced by the National Labor Relations Board.
Here, Beth Milito of the NFIB Small Business Legal Center discusses the fundamentals of compliance. Make sure your labor policies are up to date. The bulk of the changes are at the state and local levels, and popular topics include minimum wage, paid sick leave, pregnancy accommodation, social media and ban-the-box.