Labor Board Limits Non-Employee Leafleting

By Braden Campbell (August 23, 2019, 4:58 PM EDT) -- Employers can bar non-employees from leafleting on their premises even if the demonstrating workers work for an on-site contractor, the National Labor Relations Board said Aug. 23 in a split, precedent-shifting ruling on a protest by musicians with the San Antonio Symphony.

The board reversed an agency judge's ruling that the Bexar County Performing Arts Center Foundation violated the National Labor Relations Act by blocking the American Federation of Musicians-represented symphony members, which often performed at the center but were not its employees, from protesting on its property.

The judge's ruling rested largely on the board's 2011 New York New York...

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