I wrote before about several challenges to the NLRB’s controversial rule requiring employers to post notice of employee rights to form and join a union.  Today, a court has rule on one of those challenges.  In essence, the Court upheld the NLRB’s ability to require employers to post the notice of employee rights.  However, the Court struck the consequences the NLRB proposed for the failure to post the required notice (i.e., failing to post was an unfair labor practice in itself and tolled the statute of limitations for bringing other ULP claims).

You can download a copy of the Court’s opinion in National Association of Manufacturers v. NLRB here.

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