NLRA Employee Rights Poster
ALERT: The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that the NLRB has no constitutional authority to mandate the display of its NLRA Employee Rights Poster. Thus posting it is completely optional.
The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) is mandating that all employers (with few exceptions such as religious organizations, family operations and farmers) display a new National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) Employee Rights Poster prominently in break rooms and other accessible areas. Failure to display the poster can lead to unfair labor practices by the NLRB and its General Counsel.
The NLRB under the Obama administration has been aggressively seeking to protect employee rights under the National Labor Relations Act. Many employers don't realize that the NLRA protects employees in non-union as well as union environments.
The NLRB has also been extending NLRA "protected concerted activity" rights even to employees who blog at home or discuss workplace issues on Facebook or Twitter. What was once protected around the workplace water cooler is now coming under cyberspace protection as well. The new NLRA Employee Rights Poster is another step by the NLRB to ensure that workers are protected in their speech and actions when it comes to protected, allowed workplace issues.
Personnel Concepts' NLRA Employee Rights Poster fulfills both the text and size requirements of the NLRB final rule and has been painstakingly verified to meet the board's standards. Get yours today and protect yourself against adverse NLRB action.
Available in both English and Spanish. According to the NLRA final rule, if your 20 percent of more of your workforce speaks a language other than English, you must also display the poster in that language.