Employers often ask if they can require employees to sign forms acknowledging receipt of disciplinary documents or employee manuals. The answer is a qualified, “Yes.” The analysis first requires a brief discussion of “concerted” and “protected” activity under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA).

CONCERTED ACTIVITY

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