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National Labor Relations Board Poster Requirement Delayed to April 30, 2012

10.01.11

The National Labor Relations Board's new rule, requiring businesses to post notices apprising workers of their right to unionize, has been postponed to April 30, 2012.

The  U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the National Federation of Independent Business and the National Association of Manufacturers, had filed suit to obtain a preliminary injunction to stop the implementation of the posting rule, stating that the promulgation of the rule exceeded the Board’s statutory authority. The judge requested the NLRB to postpone the effective date. The NLRB said that it had delayed the implementation date “to allow for enhanced education and outreach” to small and medium-sized businesses in particular. An NLRB spokeswoman said the decision to postpone the effective date had nothing to do with the lawsuits over the rule.

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