Honda Dealer's Dress Policy Unlawful, NLRB Judge Says

Law360, New York (January 14, 2014, 5:11 PM EST) -- A National Labor Relations Board judge said Monday that a dress code provision in a Massachusetts Honda dealer's employee handbook violated federal labor law, and also deemed previous handbook policies covering social media and other topics unlawful, even though they had been rescinded. 

NLRB Administrative Law Judge Joel Biblowitz said the dress code provision banning employees who interact with the public from wearing insignias and other “message clothing” ran afoul of the National Labor Relations Act, though it agreed with Boch Honda's claim that pins could...
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