NLRB unionization rights poster rule delayed following emergency injunction in DC Appeals CourtQuicklink submitted by Amanda Lang Permalink
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|The National Labor Relations Board has been barred from from requiring businesses to display a poster informing employees of their right to unionize under a federal appeals court emergency injunction Tuesday. The poster rule was scheduled to be implemented on April 30, but will be delayed pending appeal. The National Association of Manufacturers and other organizations filed a legal challenge to the rule, which would have required businesses to post an 11 x 17 inch notice explaining collective bargaining and unionization rights. At issue in the legal wrangling is whether the NLRB has the authority to order such a rule...The US Appeals Court for the DC Circuit reasoned the rule should not go into effect until the court had sorted out the legal challenge before it. Along with Tuesday's injunction, the court ordered that the Association of Manufacturer's appeal be expedited.|
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