A big decision just hit the airwaves in the employment law world. The National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”) recently announced its decision in D.R. Horton, Inc. In the case the NLRB considered whether an employer violates the NLRA when it requires employees to sign an agreement that precludes them from filing a class action addressing their wages, hours, or other working conditions against the employer. The Board found that such an agreement violates section 7 of the NLRA, which gives employees the right to engage in concerted activities for mutual aid or protection.