Mark A. Spognardi and Jesse R. Dill publish article for Inside Counsel on at-will employment clauses

Arnstein & Lehr Attorney Mark A. Spognardi

Mark Spognardi

Arnstein & Lehr Jesse R. Dill

Jesse Dill

Arnstein & Lehr Chicago Partner Mark A. Spognardi and Milwaukee Associate Jesse R. Dill co-authored a November 26 article for Inside Counsel, titled “NLRB finds at-will employment clauses live to see another day.” The article explains how the National Labor Relations Board has taken unprecedented steps to renew the application of the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) to unorganized workforces. Among the issues generating concern for all employers are recent efforts to target at-will employment language in employee handbooks as unlawful under the NLRA. Mr. Spognardi and Mr. Dill write that employers can still limit the ability or means of employees to change their at-will status without running afoul of the NLRA. However, the best course may be to provide in the handbooks how such status can be changed after stating the ways in which it cannot be changed.

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