The National Labor Relations Board’s controversial regulation requiring almost all private sector employers to post notices in the workplace informing employees of their rights under the National Labor Relations Act should no longer keep employers awake at night.

According to an NLRB press release, the Board has decided not to seek Supreme Court review of

As predicted, the National Labor Relations Board has published a final rule amending its union election process.  The “quickie election” rule, which the Board rushed to finalize before the end of the year, will significantly change the process for contesting petitions for union elections and limit an employer’s opportunities to challenge the process before an

Judge Amy Berman Jackson yesterday heard oral argument in the challenge to the NLRB Notice Posting Rule pending in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.  The Rule requires employers to post a notice in the workplace that informs employees of their right to organize, provides contact information for the NLRB, and lists a

The National Labor Relations Board has just announced it has postponed the effective date of its new rule mandating the workplace posting of an official Notice of Employee Rights under the National Labor Relations Act. The rule had been scheduled to go into effect on November 14th. Now, the rule will be effective on January

The NLRB has advised the public that all employers covered by the National Labor Relations Act (generally all private sector employers) will be required to post a notification of employees’ rights by November 14, 2011. The Board’s August 25th press release, which contains links to the Final Rule and additional information, is reprinted below. The