Arbitration Agreement In Employment Contracts

Justice Ginsburg argued that the majority`s opinion ignores the fact that, when the NRA was passed, Congress had a “keen awareness” that “for workers who want decent working and employment conditions from their employers, there is strength in numbers.” Accordingly, Justice Ginsburg held that collective measures to enforce rights in the workplace should be considered “concerted activities” protected by the NRA and found that the NLRB and the federal courts have interpreted Section 7 as a protection of activities that are not expressly covered by specific NRA regulatory guidelines. . . .

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