What a difference a year makes. Last year, we saw a blizzard of change coming from the NLRB. One could forecast what was going to happen due to the proactive nature of the agency’s public expression of its intentions, as well as its solicitation of viewpoints. It seemed every month brought some new, big change … Continue Reading
A federal appeals court has barred the NLRB’s ability to require employers to post the employee rights poster while litigation over the legality of the rule continues. As we previously discussed, a Federal District Court in South Carolina ruled that the NLRB lacked authority to issue the rule. This occurred after another Federal Court … Continue Reading
Mid-April is normally a gloomy time as people prepare to file tax returns. There is some cause for celebration, though, as a federal district judge in South Carolina today (Friday the 13th of all days), issued a ruling striking down in its entirety as unlawful the NLRB’s requirement that employers post the so-called employee rights notice … Continue Reading
A federal judge in the District of Columbia handed employers a significant partial victory in the ongoing skirmish over the NLRB’s attempts to require all employers under its jurisdiction to post a notice of employee rights. As we have noted previously, the NLRB postponed the original November 14, 2011 compliance date, only to postpone it … Continue Reading
The NLRB announced today that it was again postponing the requirement that all employers falling under its jurisdiction post notices in the workplace of employee rights under the National Labor Relations Act. The rule, originally slated to go into effect in November 2011, was first postponed due to litigation until January 30, 2012. The new implementation … Continue Reading
On October 5, the NLRB announced its decision to postpone the requirement that all employers under its jurisdiction post a notice for employees detailing the rights under the NLRA to January 31, 2012. As previously reported here, the NLRB regulations provided that posting was to occur by November 14, 2011. The NLRB’s stated reason: “to … Continue Reading
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