April 30 Union Poster Delayed at NLRB

Federal District Judge Enjoins NLRB at Employers' RequestA federal court on April 17th, blocked the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) from issuing a rule that would require employers to post notices explaining workers’ collective bargaining rights.

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit ordered that an emergency injunction on the rule be granted, pending appeal. The poster rule was set to go into effect on April 30, but will now be delayed until the appeal is decided.

The new rule would require employers to display prominently legal rights of employees to collective bargaining. The rule has been bitterly contested by employer organizations as the implementation date has been pushed back for over a year.

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