HR Dive quotes FisherBroyles employment partner Eric B. Meyer on a government agency’s crackdown on how businesses use severance agreements.

Mar 30, 2023
  • Employment Law
  • FisherBroyles News

“The National Labor Relations Board doubled down on its stance that employers violate the law when they offer severance packages that require employees to waive certain National Labor Relations Act rights — and has made clear that its position applies retroactively,” writes HR Dive’s Caroline Colvin.

FisherBroyles employment partner Eric B. Meyer comments on the impact this decision could have on companies and the substance of their severance agreements.

You can read the full article quoting Eric here.

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