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National Labor Relations Board’s Mandatory Posting Requirements Take Effect April 30, 2012
This article was provided by White & Williams, a Corporate Partner of NAWBO, Greater Philadelphia Chapter
By: John K. Baker and George C. Morrison
Following the lead of President Obama’s 2009 Executive Order mandating a similar notice in all federal contracts, in 2011 the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) determined that “many employees protected by the National Labor Relations Act (the NLRA) are unaware of their rights under the statute.” According to the NLRB, “it is fundamental to the employees' exercise of their rights that the employees know both their basic rights and where they can go to seek help in understanding those rights. Notice of the right of self-organization, to form, join, or assist labor organizations, to bargain collectively, to engage in other concerted activities, and to refrain from such activities, and of the Board's role in protecting those statutory rights is necessary to effectuate the provisions of the NLRA.” Read more.