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We hope you enjoy this edition of the 2011 Employment Law Answers Quarterly Newsletter. Please send any questions to Practice Group Chair Christian Boesl.


NLRB: New Requirements in the New Year for

South Carolina Businesses


NLRB Employee Rights PostingAttorney Michael Pitts Reports:


The New Year brings new requirements for most South Carolina businesses. The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has used its rule making authority to issue a regulation requiring employers to post a notice informing employees of their right to organize a union and further informing them of their rights under the National Labor Relations Act.


The notice must be posted by January 31, 2012.  Read more.



Getting with the Program: All Businesses Must E-Verify by January 1, 2012


Attorney Aisha Taylor Reports:


Amendments to the South Carolina Illegal Immigration Reform Act take effect January 1, 2012. The Act has recently been challenged for its immigration enforcement requirements. However, it also has important ramifications for South Carolina businesses.


Read more.


Social Media Double Take: NLRB Memo is Cause for Policy Review


Collins & Lacy Attorney Charles Apppleby


Attorney Charles Appleby Reports:


If your company has a social media policy, it's time to take a second look - especially after the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) released a report about employee use of social media and employers' social media policies.


  Read more.

 HR Spotlight: Michael Pitts


Collins & Lacy Greenville Attorney Mike Pitts


We want to welcome Mike Pitts to our Greenville office! He comes to us from a national firm based in Columbia with fifteen years of experience primarily in employment law, which will also be his main focus here at Collins & Lacy.


Read more about Mike.


Hot Topics in Employment Law

Collins & Lacy is committed to keeping you informed about industry news. Here are some quick links to other recent hot topics in the employment law arena.

These are some hot topics; what are yours? Send us an email letting us know what you'd like to see in our next newsletter edition.

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