A U.S. appeals court has granted the National Labor Relations Board’s request to remand a case challenging a restaurant chain’s workplace rules in light of the board’s recent decision revising its standard for determining when such rules are valid.
A three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit in a per curiam decision on Tuesday said the NLRB should have a chance to apply the standard it created last month in a separate case involving Boeing Co to seven rules adopted by Daily Grill. The board in 2016 had said the California-based restaurant chain’s rules were unlawful under a different test.
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