National Labor Relations Board

With union organization and membership at all time lows in the United States, the National Labor Relations Board is making a effort to stay relevant by pushing an agenda targeted on non-unionized workplaces.  Unfortunately, the Board’s positions, some of which are completely out of touch, may push it into irrelevance.

From its difficult to synthesize interpretation employer social

I suggested that employers should wait until November 14, 2011 (the implementation deadline) to post the new regulatory-requirement posting on employees’ NLRB rights because of several lawsuits seeking to enjoin the requirement.

The Board has now postponed the initial posting deadline until January 31, 2012 "to allow for further education and outreach."  I’m not sure

Yesterday, the NLRB issued its final rule requiring all employer subject to the National Labor Relations Act to post notices to employees of their NLRA rights such as the right to form and join a union, bargain collectively over wages and to file unfair labor practice charges with the Board as well as instructing employees on how to file