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    As we advised in two earlier E-lerts, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) issued a Rule requiring almost all private employers (both unionized and non¬union alike) to post Notices in the workplace and inform employees of their rights under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA), including their right to form and join unions, to bargain over their wages, hours and other conditions of employment. Among the more controversial elements of the Board's Rule are provisions making the failure to post a Notice a violation of the NLRA. The NLRB has once again postponed the effective date of its Employee Rights Notice-Posting Rule at the request of the Federal Courts in Washington, D.C. hearing legal challenges regarding the Rule. The NLRB ruling states that it has determined that postponing the effective date of the Rule will facilitate the resolution of legal challenges that have been filed with respect to the Rule. The new implementation date is April 30, 2012. To continue reading, click here.


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