The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has postponed until April 30 the date when employers must display a new pro-union poster.
The change came at the request of a Washington, D.C., federal court hearing business groups’ legal challenge regarding the rule. They have sued to stop implementation of the poster—which informs workers of their rights to form or join a union—arguing that the NLRB overstepped its authority by mandating a blatantly pro-union notice.
Learn more about the poster and employer requirements at www.theHRSpecialist.com/unionposter.
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