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January 07, 2014

NLRB Abandons Employee Rights Posting


Employers won't need to add another poster to their walls just yet -- thanks to the NLRB’s decision not to ask the  U.S. Supreme Court to review two lower court decisions which struck down a Board rule that would have required employers to post a notice informing employees of their rights under the National Labor Relations Act.  Yesterday's announcement from the Board means that employers will not need to put up still another poster in addition to the many state and federal notices that are currently required. The NLRB will keep the proposed notice on its website for educational purposes and has vowed to continue its aggressive outreach program to inform the public, employers and employees of their rights and obligations under the NLRA.

If you have questions about this legislation or another labor-related legal development, please contact Rob Dubault (rdubault@wnj.com or 231.727.2638) or any other member of the Labor Law Group at Warner Norcross & Judd.

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