In July 2012, the National Labor Relations Board held
that a blanket approach and policy requiring confidentiality during all
internal workplace investigations violates employees' concerted activity rights
under Section 7 of the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA). As a result,
Paper , the Division of Advice reviewed an employer's confidentiality rule
and found it to be unlawfully overbroad. The rule was overbroad because it did
not provided for confidentiality on a case by case basis consistent
with the Board's ruling in Banner Health System , 358 NLRB...