NLRB required poster up in the air
Employers might have to put up a new mandatory poster telling your employees they have the right to organize a union on April 30th. Or maybe not. It depends on who you want to listen to.
From my friends at LRI: (http://LRIonline.com)
Late yesterday we learned that U.S. District Judge David C. Norton in Charleston, SC ruled against the NLRB on its “notice posting” rule. Unlike the ruling earlier this year that overruled only parts of the rule related to penalties, this decision appears to be a complete bar against enforcement of the rule. We have not seen the actual decision yet and will update you as we learn more. Since this story is developing we will post updates as we learn more here: http://lrionline.com/federal-judge-rules-against-poster-rule
The problem is now we have two competing District Court opinions. What does this mean for your company? What should you do based on this ruling?
Be ready to post, but sit tight – this thing may never get off the ground.
If it does, don’t freak out. Federal contractors have a similar posting up for a couple of years and it hasn’t had much impact.
Stay tuned for more NLRB fun in the coming days.