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Labor Relations Radio E129—LRI's Phil Wilson on an NLRB ALJ's Outrageous Ruling Against Free Speech
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Labor Relations Radio E129—LRI's Phil Wilson on an NLRB ALJ's Outrageous Ruling Against Free Speech

Employers Beware: An NLRB administrative law judge found that Amazon CEO Andy Jassey's seemingly innocuous answers to interview questions violated the law.

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Recently, an administrative law judge (ALJ) ruled that Amazon CEO Andy Jassey’s answers to interview questions violated the National Labor Relations Act.

Unless the ALJ's decision regarding Jassey's seemingly innocuous statements made during various interviews in 2022 (included in this episode) is overturned, which is unlikely to happen soon, all employers' speech during union-organizing campaigns may be significantly impacted. [See the full ALJ decision here.]

In this joint episode of Labor Relations Radio and Labor Relations Institute’s Left of Boom show, LRI’s Phil Wilson and Peter List discuss the ALJ’s decision against Amazon, and its ramifications for all employers.

Source: NLRB’s Basic Guide to the National Labor Relations Act, p. 13

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