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In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, some employees have recorded videos at work and posted them online to express their disagreement with working conditions. The NLRB recently created a new standard of review for evaluation of employer work rules, and the Board upheld an employer's "no-camera" rule, which included cell phones capable of taking photographs and videos. In this article, Avery Lubbes analyzes whether the Biden Board overturn this ruling as violative of labor rights.
NLRA, National Labor Relations Board, The Boeing Co.
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Lubbes, Avery, "Rules in the Workplace: Does the NLRA Protect Employees’ Ability to Record Working Conditions?" (2021). SLU Law Journal Online. 80.