A legal update by Amy Angel, Paula Barran, and Valerie Berg of Barran Liebman, details that the NLRB (National Labor Relations Board) attempted to institute a “new rule requiring most employers to post a Notice describing employee rights” but that such efforts have been hindered due to pending legal challenges. However it continues its efforts to inform workers of their rights.
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In a legal update by John B. Dudrey of Barran Liebman, it is detailed that the United States District Court for the District of Columbia refuses the enforcement of new NLRB (National Labor Relations Board) rules surrounding private sector union elections and campaigns. This resulted from a lack of support by then-board member Hayes. These new rules ultimately
Published by SHRM on April 16, 2012
A rule slated to take effect April 30, 2012, that would force most U.S. employers to post a notice of employees’ rights under labor law has been blocked by a federal circuit court on the heels of a federal district court’s determination that the issuing agency lacked authority to approve the rule.
On December 23, the NLRB made this announcement regarding the rights posting rule:
An update from the NLRB regarding mandatory posters that display employees’ rights to form a union:
“The National Labor Relations Board has postponed the implementation date for its new notice-posting rule by more than two months in order to allow for enhanced education and outreach to employers, particularly those who operate small and medium sized businesses.