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Module 2 - Background
EMPLOYEE VOICE
Required Material
Brown, G. (April 3, 2017). What can you say? D.C. Circuit speaks on employee confidentiality. Littler Insight. Retrieved from https://www.littler.com/publication-press/publication/what-can-you-say-dc-circuit-speaks-employee-confidentiality.
Clarke, N. (2010, April 14). One team, many voices: A strong, independent and
informed employee voice is one of the key ingredients of employee engagement in
successful organisations. The Daily Telegraph, 2. Retrieved from ProQuest
Newsstand. (Document ID: 2008178971).
Du Toit, A. (2014). Engage your employees by giving them a voice. Retrieved from https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/20141120084540-65643596-engage-your-employees-by-giving-them-a-voice.
Gordon, P., & Appenteng, K. (Feb. 18, 2016). Workplace recording bans and the NLRA: Are “No Recording” policies still allowed? Littler Insight. Retrieved from https://www.littler.com/publication-press/publication/workplace-recording-bans-and-nlra-are-no-recording-policies-still.
Guerin, L. (2017). Can potential employers check your Facebook page? NOLO. Retrieved from http://www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/can-potential-employers-check-your-facebook-page.html
National Labor Relations Board (2017). Protected concerted activity. Retrieved from https://www.nlrb.gov/rights-we-protect/protected-concerted-activity.
Optional Material
Employment Law Information Network. (Browse for useful related articles.) Retrieved from http://www.elinfonet.com/fedarticles/7/12
Huss, S. (2016). 5 beautiful benefits of giving employees a voice. Retrieved fromhttp://blog.arkadin.com/en/5-beautiful-benefits-of-giving-employees-a-voice/.
NUS Business School. (2017). Speaking up or staying quiet: Understanding employee voice behaviour [Video file]. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oA5hGKE3EZE.
Olmstead, K., Lampe, C., & Ellison, N. (2016). Social media and the workplace. Pew Research Center. Retrieved from http://www.pewinternet.org/2016/06/22/social-media-and-the-workplace/.
Zaken, M., and Totorica (Stamford), A. (2017). Second Circuit Rules on Bounds of Protected Concerted Activity. Ogletree Deakins. Retrieved from https://ogletree.com/shared-content/content/blog/2017/may/second-circuit-rules-on-bounds-of-protected-concerted-activity


Module 2 – Case
EMPLOYEE VOICE
Case Assignment
In this assignment you have the opportunity to look at employee voice and protections and restraints on that voice.
Prepare a PowerPoint presentation (10-12 slides, not counting the cover slide or the references slide). Your presentation should include at least two of the following: tables, charts, pictures, drawings, or other visuals. (For example, you may want to include two tables, or one table and a pie chart.) These visuals should provide important information to significantly enhance your presentation. Be sure to explain the visuals to your audience. The presentation is being conducted on the shop floor and is being specifically directed .

Module 2 - Background
EMPLOYEE VOICE
Required Material
Brown, G. (April 3, 2017). What can you say? D.C. Circuit speaks on employee confidentiality. Littler Insight. Retrieved from https://www.littler.com/publication-press/publication/what-can-you-say-dc-circuit-speaks-employee-confidentiality.
Clarke, N. (2010, April 14). One team, many voices: A strong, independent and
informed employee voice is one of the key ingredients of employee engagement in
successful organisations. The Daily Telegraph, 2. Retrieved from ProQuest
Newsstand. (Document ID: 2008178971).
Du Toit, A. (2014). Engage your employees by giving them a voice. Retrieved from https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/20141120084540-65643596-engage-your-employees-by-giving-them-a-voice.
Gordon, P., & Appenteng, K. (Feb. 18, 2016). Workplace recording bans and the NLRA: Are “No Recording” policies still allowed? Littler Insight. Retrieved from https://www.littler.com/publication-press/publication/workplace-recording-bans-and-nlra-are-no-recording-policies-still.
Guerin, L. (2017). Can potential employers check your Facebook page? NOLO. Retrieved from http://www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/can-potential-employers-check-your-facebook-page.html
National Labor Relations Board (2017). Protected concerted activity. Retrieved from https://www.nlrb.gov/rights-we-protect/protected-concerted-activity.
Optional Material
Employment Law Information Network. (Browse for useful related articles.) Retrieved from http://www.elinfonet.com/fedarticles/7/12
Huss, S. (2016). 5 beautiful benefits of giving employees a voice. Retrieved fromhttp://blog.arkadin.com/en/5-beautiful-benefits-of-giving-employees-a-voice/.
NUS Business School. (2017). Speaking up or staying quiet: Understanding employee voice behaviour [Video file]. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oA5hGKE3EZE.
Olmstead, K., Lampe, C., & Ellison, N. (2016). Social media and the workplace. Pew Research Center. Retrieved from http://www.pewinternet.org/2016/06/22/social-media-and-the-workplace/.
Zaken, M., and Totorica (Stamford), A. (2017). Second Circuit Rules on Bounds of Protected Concerted Activity. Ogletree Deakins. Retrieved from https://ogletree.com/shared-content/content/blog/2017/may/second-circuit-rules-on-bounds-of-protected-concerted-activity


Module 2 – Case
EMPLOYEE VOICE
Case Assignment
In this assignment you have the opportunity to look at employee voice and protections and restraints on that voice.
Prepare a PowerPoint presentation (10-12 slides, not counting the cover slide or the references slide). Your presentation should include at least two of the following: tables, charts, pictures, drawings, or other visuals. (For example, you may want to include two tables, or one table and a pie chart.) These visuals should provide important information to significantly enhance your presentation. Be sure to explain the visuals to your audience. The presentation is being conducted on the shop floor and is being specifically directed .

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  1. 1. Module 2 - Background EMPLOYEE VOICE Required Material Brown, G. (April 3, 2017). What can you say? D.C. Circuit speaks on employee confidentiality. Littler Insight. Retrieved from https://www.littler.com/publication- press/publication/what-can-you-say-dc-circuit-speaks- employee-confidentiality. Clarke, N. (2010, April 14). One team, many voices: A strong, independent and informed employee voice is one of the key ingredients of employee engagement in successful organisations. The Daily Telegraph, 2. Retrieved from ProQuest Newsstand. (Document ID: 2008178971). Du Toit, A. (2014). Engage your employees by giving them a voice. Retrieved from https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/20141120084540- 65643596-engage-your-employees-by-giving-them-a-voice. Gordon, P., & Appenteng, K. (Feb. 18, 2016). Workplace recording bans and the NLRA: Are “No Recording” policies still allowed? Littler Insight. Retrieved from https://www.littler.com/publication- press/publication/workplace-recording-bans-and-nlra-are-no- recording-policies-still. Guerin, L. (2017). Can potential employers check your Facebook page? NOLO. Retrieved from http://www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/can-potential- employers-check-your-facebook-page.html National Labor Relations Board (2017). Protected concerted activity. Retrieved from https://www.nlrb.gov/rights-we- protect/protected-concerted-activity. Optional Material Employment Law Information Network. (Browse for useful
  2. 2. related articles.) Retrieved from http://www.elinfonet.com/fedarticles/7/12 Huss, S. (2016). 5 beautiful benefits of giving employees a voice. Retrieved fromhttp://blog.arkadin.com/en/5-beautiful- benefits-of-giving-employees-a-voice/. NUS Business School. (2017). Speaking up or staying quiet: Understanding employee voice behaviour [Video file]. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oA5hGKE3EZE. Olmstead, K., Lampe, C., & Ellison, N. (2016). Social media and the workplace. Pew Research Center. Retrieved from http://www.pewinternet.org/2016/06/22/social-media-and- the-workplace/. Zaken, M., and Totorica (Stamford), A. (2017). Second Circuit Rules on Bounds of Protected Concerted Activity. Ogletree Deakins. Retrieved from https://ogletree.com/shared- content/content/blog/2017/may/second-circuit-rules-on-bounds- of-protected-concerted-activity Module 2 – Case EMPLOYEE VOICE Case Assignment In this assignment you have the opportunity to look at employee voice and protections and restraints on that voice. Prepare a PowerPoint presentation (10-12 slides, not counting the cover slide or the references slide). Your presentation should include at least two of the following: tables, charts, pictures, drawings, or other visuals. (For example, you may want to include two tables, or one table and a pie chart.) These visuals should provide important information to significantly enhance your presentation. Be sure to explain the visuals to your audience. The presentation is being conducted on the shop floor and is being specifically directed to first-line supervisors and must stipulate what employees can and cannot openly say about their coworkers, supervisors, and employer. Cover how
  3. 3. the term “protected concerted activities” affects workplaces. You may choose which is more effective for your presentation— provide speaker notes (at the bottom of each slide), or record your actual voice over the slides. Include at least 4 additional sources to help strengthen your discussion. Please upload your paper by the module due date. Assignment Expectations Demonstrate critical thinking and analysis of the relevant issues and HRM actions, drawing on your background reading and research. Information Literacy: Evaluate resources and select only library/Web-based resources that provide reliable, substantiated information. Give authors credit for their work. Cite sources of borrowed information in the body of your text as footnotes or numbered end notes, or use APA style of referencing. https://mytlc.trident.edu/index.php?page=library

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