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
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.
If you are are regular reader of this blog, you know that by November 14, 2011, most private employers (union and non-union) have to post notice of employees’ federal labor rights to form and join a union. Some of you may have even already posted the NLRB-sanctioned poster.
However, several lawsuits have been filed…