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Workplaces must be cautious by using non-discrimination provisions to prevent negative online and social messages from employees.
There have been backlashes in recent years against non-verification vaccination provisions related to on-line assessments, particularly those that seek to limit genuine - albeit adverse - company feedbacks. Indeed, California enacted a bill in August 2014 banning anti-negative inspection guidelines, while the Federal Trade Commission last September lodged its first complaint for similar non-discrimination provisions.
In addition to the possible limitation of customers' language, companies must also pay attention to non-discrimination provisions regarding staff, such as those contained in staff manuals or other covenants. In recent years, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has been more closely scrutinising treaties and guidelines that prohibit or restrict employers from talking about their jobs, such as the exchange of information on pay, even via soft law or other web sites such as Glassdoor.
At the beginning of 2013, an Administration Court Justice (ALJ) found that the Quicken Loans, Inc. avoidance of libel clauses (as well as the Quicken Loans non-disclosure clause) in its contracts of employment infringed Section 8(a)(1) of the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) by limiting employees' statutory labour laws under Section 7 of the NLRA. Section 7 gives associates the right to opt for "concerted action for the purposes of collectively agreed pay or other forms of support or protection", such as discussions of pay, benefit and other working arrangements with other associates.
Paragraph 8(a)(1) limits employers' interference in workers who seek to assert their Section 7 entitlements. A former Quicken Loans worker claimed in the above lawsuit that her right had been infringed by "too wide and discrimination clauses in the [Quicken Loans] mortgage banker's employment contract". "In particular, the non-discrimination clause, which obliged workers not to'publicly scratch, mock, denigrate or defame the company', affected their (and other workers') legal position under Section 7 of the NLRA.
Nevertheless, the ALJ held the non-discrimination clause null and void and ordered Quicken Loans to stop including them and other too wide regulations in their contracts of service in order to prevent workers' workers' workers' rights from being violated. Quicken loans and other similar measures do not forbid employer from ever including disparaging clauses in contracts of work, nor is workers' speeches always safe and sound.
These judgments should, however, warn companies that have introduced or are considering non-discrimination clauses against retaining or formulating a potentially excessive wording in employer/employee documentation. Therefore, companies considering non-discrimination should seek the advice of senior labour and job counsellors before using any potentially inappropriate languages. All other companies that already have such regulations should consider consulting with lawyers to verify their current paperwork to make sure they comply with the law.