NLRB Poster Requirement Delayed Until
On Friday, December 23, 2011, the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”), for the second time, agreed to postpone the effective date of its new posting rule. Most recently, the posting requirement was delayed until April 30, 2012, at the request of federal court in Washington, D.C., currently hearing legal challenges to the rule.
For more information on the posting requirement, please see our Legal Alert from October 2011 at http://www.hblaw.com/pdf/L&EAlert09-30-11.pdf. If you have any questions or require our assistance to ensure compliance with this posting requirement, please contact the Hiscock & Barclay Labor & Employment Practice Area lawyer with whom you normally work.
If you have any questions or require our assistance in reviewing your policies or conducting management training, please contact the Hiscock & Barclay lawyer with whom you normally work or any attorney in our Labor & Employment practice area.
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