Monthly Archives: July 2014

Go Ahead, Scream Obscenities at Your Boss

­Author: Erin Alderson, Notes and Comments Chair, University of Cincinnati  Law Review

Before the Plaza Auto Center[1] decision, one could probably assume that calling your boss a “f—— m—— f——” would fall into the category of egregious conduct. In its Plaza Auto Center decision, however, the National Labor Relations Board (the NRLB) determined that even when an employee screams obscenities at his boss, he does not fall outside of the scope of protection of the National Labor Relations Act.

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