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NLRB Postpones Implementation of Posting...

Today the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”) announced that it has again postponed implementation of its published rule requiring private sector employers subject to the National Labor Relations Act (“NLRA”) to post an official notice informing employees of their rights under the NLRA, and penalizing employers for non-compliance. The NLRB decided to postpone implementation...

NRLB Requires Employers to Post Notice R...

Effective November 14, 2011 virtually all employers which are not in the agricultural, railway or airline business will be required to post a notice advising their employees of their right to be represented by a labor union. If 20% or more of the employees speak a foreign language, the notice must be in the foreign language. It will be an unfair labor practice to fail to post the...

NLRB Proposed Procedural Changes to Repr...

The National Labor Relations Board has issued a Notice of Proposed Rule making, proposing amendments to several existing procedures in representation cases. In issuing this proposal, the Board has stated that it hopes to reduce unnecessary litigation, streamline pre- and post-election procedures, and facilitate the use of electronic communications and document filing. However, this will...

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