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Back on December 22, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) announced that it was considering a rule that would require private employers to notify all of their employees about their rights and explain how employees could go about joining a union.

Today that rule became a reality.  All employers covered by the National Labor Relations Act are required to “post a copy of a notice advising employees of their rights under the NLRA and providing information pertaining to the enforcement of those rights.”  An employer who fails to post this notice has committed an unfair labor practice.  A copy of the NLRB’s rule can be found here.

If you would like assistance in interpreting and complying with this new rule, please contact Andy Martone (andymartone@hessemartone.com) or Dan Doetzel (dandoetzel@hessemartone.com).