NLRB Restresses Risk Of Firing Employees Who Discuss Pay

Employers understand the disruption to workplace morale which can result from open discussions about employee compensation. For instance, on February 24, 2011, MCPc, Inc., a non-union company, invited employees to a “team building” lunch. The lunch quickly devolved from “team building” to complaints by employees about their excessive workloads. One employee urged the company to hire additional employees to alleviate these heavy workloads. He added the company could have hired several employees for the $400,000 annual salary being paid to a newly hired executive. Other employees agreed. Employee morale was worse after the lunch than it had been beforehand. MCPc, Inc. responded to the ill-fate

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