On Again, Off Again - Court Enjoins the NLRB's Requirement to Post About Employee Rights

Last week, I blogged the deadline for employers to post the National Labor Relations Board poster on employee rights was fast approaching. Well, yesterday that changed again! The District of Columbia’s Circuit Court of Appeals temporarily enjoined the NLRB’s rule requiring the posting about employee rights. The Court of Appeals took this action, due to conflicting decisions which were issued at the district court level. Earlier this year, the D.C. District Court found the NLRB had the authority to issue the rule. However, last week the South Carolina District Court found the NLRB lacked the authority to issue the rule. Until this gets figured out in the courts, the requirement to post the NLRB poster on employee rights, is apparently on hold. I’ll let you know when a new deadline is set.

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