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D.C. Circuit Court invalidates NLRB posting rule

Posted: 5/7/2013 | Views: 880

The Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit has struck down the NLRB's rule which required all employers covered by the National Labor Relations Act to post an NLRB-drafted "Notification of Employee Rights under the National Labor Relations Act." Under that rule, employers failing to post the notice would be subject to an unfair labor practice charge. The rule has been on hold since March 2012 when the District Court partially invalidated the posting regulation and enjoined its application pending this appeal.

Specifically, the Court found that the enforcement mechanisms placed into the Rule by the Board overstepped the Board's enforcement authority.

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Mesho Says:
5/17/2013 12:50:55 AM
I was a member of a union? once, when I was 19 and stipud. The only thing unions protect or benefitis themselves. It happened many times in the shop I worked in. They took our dues and did nothing to protect the hardworking employee's only the employees with tenure were protected. The lesson I learned from unions is the more money you put into their coffers the more they are willing to go to bat for you. It doesn't matter what kind of employee you are It's about how much money you pay in.
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