Company’s Nondisclosure Policy OK Despite Broad Language

In an article published by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) on March 30, 2017, Maribeth Meluch provides insight on the recent Banner Health System v. NLRB case. An appeals court ruled that an employer’s request asking for an employee’s silence about being interviewed for an investigation was not unlawful. “There was not sufficient evidence to support the NLRB’s determination that Banner Health had instituted a categorical prohibition on disclosure,” said Meluch. “The court found that the evidence could support a finding that Banner Health was in fact requiring nondisclosure on a fact-by-fact consideration.” For the full article, click here.