Employment Law Update - September 2011 - NLRB Requires Employers To Post Pro-Union Notice

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NLRB REQUIRES EMPLOYERS TO POST PRO-UNION NOTICE

On August 25, 2011, the National labor Relations Board (NLRB) issued regulations requiring virtually all employers to post a large notice to employees informing them of rights under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA), particularly their right to unionize. Employers must post the notice beginning November 14, 2011.

CONTENT OF THE POSTER

The text of the poster is essentially the same as that recently imposed upon federal contractors through Executive Order 13496. The text does not expressly quote employees’ four statutory rights under NLRA Section 7. Rather, the poster paraphrases and amplifies all but one of those rights. Most of the poster emphasizes unionization rights. Only a couple of lines, however, reference an employee’s right to “refrain” from – to say “no” or to not participate in – the other three Section 7 rights.

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