California Labor &
Employment Law Blog

Apr. 20 2012

NLRB Indefinitely Postpones Posting Requirement

Topics: Personnel Policies and Procedures, Union-Management Relations

As we reported earlier this week, the DC Circuit temporarily enjoined the NLRB's rule requiring employers to post its Employee Rights Poster.  In response to the DC Circuit's order, the NLRB has announced that is postponing its mandate until the courts finally rule on the legality of the posting requirement.  The NLRB's Chairperson announced:  “In view of the DC Circuit's order, and in light of the strong interest in the uniform implementation and administration of agency rules, regional offices will not implement the rule pending the resolution of the issues before the court.”  For a copy of the NLRB announcement, click here.

Based on this development, employers are not required to post the NLRB poster on or before April 30.  We will continue to keep you updated.

 

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