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Court Strikes Down Portions Of NLRB Notice Posting Rules

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

NLRB: All Employers Must Post Notice Informing Employees Of Rights Under NLRA

Concluding that “many employees protected by the NLRA are unaware of their rights under the statute,” the NLRB today issued a Final Rule today on Notification of Employee Rights under the National Labor Relations Act.pdf.  As of November 14, 2011, all employers falling under NLRB jurisdiction will be required to post a notice the content … Continue Reading

The Lull Before The Storm: Blizzard Of NLRB Activity Coming

The mid-point of Summer has passed.  Although the NLRB has not issued a major decision in several weeks, the agency has not been slacking off this Summer.  In a typical year, August and September are the busiest months for the NLRB, because the federal government’s fiscal year ends September 30.  During the final weeks of the … Continue Reading

NLRB Sues Arizona Over Secret Ballot Legislation

The NLRB made good on its January 13, 2011.pdf threat to sue individual states that enact legislation that it believes are solely within its province.  In a complaint filed against the State of Arizona.pdf today, the NLRB asserts that voter enacted Arizona Constitutional Amendment Article 2 § 37 is preempted by the National Labor Relations Act, and … Continue Reading

NLRB: Employees Dressed In Prison Garb May Visit Customer Homes

These days, one can start almost any conversation about an NLRB decision with the words, “Under vigorous dissent by Member Hayes. . .”  The NLRB’s recent decision in AT&T Connecticut, 356 NLRB No. 118 (March 24, 2011).pdf is no exception.  In AT&T Connecticut the NLRB ruled that the employer violated the NLRA when it suspended … Continue Reading
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