The NLRB Now Requires Employers to Post Notices Informing Employees of Unionization Rights

in Employment, Labor

The venerable National Labor Relations Act (“NLRA” or the “Act”) has been in existence longer than almost any other federal labor or employment law in the United States. Since it was enacted in 1935, employers have never been required to post notices concerning employee rights under the NLRA except as part of a remedy when a violation of the Act has been found. 2011 – The NLRB Now Requires Employers to Post Notices – September