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On December 11, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) voted 3-2 to allow employees to use their employers’ email systems to discuss union organizing along with other “statutorily protected communications,” as long as they do so “on nonworking time.” The decision overrules an earlier (2007) NLRB decision known as Register Guard. Register Guard allowed employers to limit employee’s use of the company’s email system to business purposes only. This latest NLRB decision relied more on a previous case upholding a broader employee access principle called Republic Aviation.


We often think of stress as a negative emotion, when in fact it is a necessary emotion. The human brain is wired in such a way that it is difficult to take action until it feels some level of stress. Yet, too much stress can cause serious physical and emotional consequences.  For many people, stress is at its highest level at this time of the year. Several factors contribute to it: the challenge of getting your year-end work finished, the hustle-bustle of the holiday season, even the lack of sunlight in a Michigan December.

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