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Tag Archives: Rulemaking

NLRB to Vote on Election Process Rule

Posted in NLRB
The NLRB announced yesterday that it will hold a public meeting on November 30, 2011.  At the meeting, the three remaining NLRB members will discuss and vote on the so-called "quickie election" rule that the NLRB proposed in June 2011.  As previously discussed on this blog, the changes in the proposed rule range from permitting electronic filing of certain documents… Continue Reading

UPDATE: NLRB Delays Notice Posting Compliance Deadline

Posted in NLRB, Union Organizing
The NLRB announced today a delay in the effective date of its recently published final rule requiring the posting of a notice of employee rights under the NLRA.  Employers subject to the NLRB’s jurisdiction are now expected to have the notice posted by January 31, 2012.  The rule was previously set to take effect on November 14, 2011.  According to… Continue Reading

NLRB Final Rule Requires Employers to Post Notice of NLRA Rights

Posted in NLRB, Union Organizing
Today, the NRLB officially published a Final Rule that requires private-sector employers, both union and non-union, to post a notice in their workplaces notifying employees of their rights under the NLRA. Pursuant to the new rule, employers subject to the NLRA must “post notices to employees, in conspicuous places, informing them of their NLRA rights, together… Continue Reading

NLRB Issues Final Rule on Notice Posting

Posted in NLRB
This morning, the NLRB announced that it would publish its final rule requiring employers to post a notice of employee rights under the NLRA.  The notice posting is a new requirement.  Employers currently have no obligation to post such a notice. The final rule will be published in the Federal Register tomorrow.  It will take effect 75… Continue Reading

Proposed Rule Hastens Union Election Process

Posted in EFCA, NLRB
It is only Wednesday, and yet the week has still been a tough one for employers concerned about union-related issues. On Monday, the U.S. Department of Labor proposed a new interpretation regarding persuader activity. Then yesterday, the NLRB announced a proposed rule that will significantly change, and likely accelerate, the union election process. The official publication of the… Continue Reading

NLRB Proposed Rule Draws 6500 Comments, Controversy

Posted in NLRB
By Nelson Cary and Samantha Stilp The comment period for the National Labor Relations Board proposed rule requiring employers to post notice informing workers of their right to unionize officially ended last week.  Nearly 6,500 comments reveal strong opposition to the rule from all types of employers. Those filing comments opposing the rule focused on three main issues. First,… Continue Reading