As discussed in an earlier post, NLRB Postpones Notice-Posting Rule Until January 31, 2012, employers subject to the National Labor Relation Board’s jurisdiction are required to post a notice notifying employees of their rights under the National Labor Relations Act by January 31, 2012. If 20% or more of your employees are not proficient in English, you must post the notice in the language the employees speak. Employers may request translated copies of the notice from the NLRB and will not be liable for posting until the translated notice is available. A Spanish version of the notice is now available on the NLRB’s website (https://www.nlrb.gov/poster).
Home > Employee & Management Counseling > ¿Algunos de sus empleados hablan Español? [Do Some of Your Employees Speak Spanish?] If so, NLRB’s Employee Rights Poster is Now Available in Spanish