On August 26, our colleague Lisa Berg posted an article on the National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB) new rule requiring employees (union and non-union) to post a notice informing employees of their rights under the National Labor Relations Act, including the right to organize a union, form, join, or assist a union, bargain collectively, discuss wages, benefits, and other conditions of employment, raise complaints, strike or picket, and choose not to do any of these activities. On October 5, I posted an update that the NLRB postponed the implementation date of the notice-posting rule to allow for enhanced education and outreach to employers. Yesterday, the NLRB once again postponed the implementation date to facilitate the resolution of several lawsuits that have been filed by business groups challenging the notice-posting rule. The new implementation date is April 30, 2012.
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