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NLRB v. White Oak Manor

Articles Discussing Case:

“Bad Haircut” and Unequal Policy Enforcement Lead to Trouble for Employer

Franczek Radelet P.C • November 08, 2011
In NLRB v. White Oak Manor, the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals enforced a decision by the National Labor Relations Board finding that an employer violated the National Labor Relations Act when it discharged an employee allegedly for photographing employees at work without permission. The Court agreed with the Board’s findings that the employee was actually discharged because of protected concerted activity and that the employer had not consistently enforced its photography and dress code policies.