Compiance with the National Labor Relations Board entails keeping up to date with their posting requirements. There is a new posting requirement for all employers regarding a notice about the National Labor Relations Act. The posting is for all employers, whether unionized or not.
Employers are required to post by January 31, 2012 a notice regarding employee rights under the NLRB’s NLRA (National Labor Relations Act.)
As with other required postings, this notice should be placed in a conspicuous location with the other labor and employment law posters. The NLRB provides a template on their website which is available for download, at no charge.
For more information and a link to the required notice, please see http://www.gordonrees.com/publications/viewPublication.cfm?contentID=2265. Although a number of organizations are challenging the rule, at this point such challenges have only postponed, but not have not eliminated, the poster requirement. We will notify HELPLINE users if there is a change; until such time all affected employers should comply no later than January 31 of next year.
The poster is available for download at http://www.nlrb.gov/poster
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