New Jersey Employment Law Update: NLRB Posting Rule Delayed After Conflicting Court Rulings


New Jersey Employment Law Update: NLRB Posting Rule Delayed After Conflicting Court Rulings

by Ramon Rivera on May 23, 2012

The National Labor Relations Board recently announced that it has shelved its new posting requirement once again, after lawsuits challenging the new regulation have resulted in conflicting court rulings. It was scheduled to take effect on January 31, but has been delayed several times.

The controversial new regulation would require employers in New York and New Jersey to post notices informing employees of their rights under federal labor law. It would apply to the majority of all private sector employers, regardless of whether or not their workforces are unionized and regardless of whether they are federal contractors.

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