Neuberger Discusses Impact of Supreme Court’s Union-Dues Ruling on HR Professionals

09 July 2018 SHRM News
Of Counsel Mark Neuberger was quoted in a SHRM article, “What Does the Supreme Court’s Union-Dues Ruling Mean for HR?” about the effects the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling in Janus v. AFSCME Council 31, which banned mandatory union fees for public-sector employees, will have on HR professionals.

Though the ruling doesn’t have a direct impact on the private sector, passing right-to-work laws is a trend states are likely to continue, Neuberger said. He also said employers need to pay close attention to employee morale issues the ruling might generate. “If you have employees who are going around calling people freeloaders, that is going to cause problems,” he said.

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