A federal appeals court on May 7 struck down a two-year-old National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) rule that would have required private-sector employers to post a notice informing employees of their rights to join or form a union. The controversial poster mandate has been on hold due to a series of legal challenges, and is still under review by another federal court.
Pro-business groups applauded the ruling, saying the “activist” and “aggressive” NLRB didn’t have authority to force employers to display the poster.
Read more details, plus find links to the ruling and the poster itself, in "Court: No need to display the NLRB's pro-union poster."
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