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Labor and Employment Alert: New Law Requires Employers to Post Employee Rights Notice by November 14, 2011

publication date: Sep 29, 2011
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The NLRB is making it harder to stay union free.

A highly controversial new law, which many employers believe will unfairly foster union organizing, requires that employers post notices of employee rights -- including the right to organize, join or discuss the activities of a union. The law goes into effect on November 14, 2011.Employers must comply with the new rule whether they have a unionized work force or not.

Labor and employment lawyer Scott Brink, has outlined in his article below the requirements the new rule imposes on employers.

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