Human Resource & Labor News
www.agc.orgJanuary 11, 2012 / Issue No. 1-12
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Labor Law
NLRB Further Delays Implementation of Posting Rule
NLRB Issues Final Rule on “Quickie” Elections
NLRB Finds Arbitration Agreement Preventing Class Actions Unlawful
Labor Department Issues FLSA and FMLA Retaliation Guidance
Obama Makes Controversial Recess Appointments to the NLRB
Federal Contracting
OFCCP Proposes Changes to Affirmative Action Obligations Related to Individuals with Disabilities
AGC Opposes OFCCP-Proposed Compensation Data Collection Tool
AGC Webinar Discusses Davis-Bacon Wage Determinations and Enforcement Initiatives
Union Contracting
2011 Collective Bargaining Settlements Continue Downward Trend
Changes to National Maintenance Agreement Now in Effect
Hiring & Firing
New Law Offers Tax Credits for Hiring Unemployed Veterans
Labor Law
NLRB Further Delays Implementation of Posting Rule
 

The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB or Board) has again delayed the effective date of a new regulation requiring nearly every private-sector employer to post a particular notice informing employees of their rights under the National Labor Relations Act.  Amid legal challenges to the Board’s authority to issue the regulation, the Board first postponed the original effective date of Nov. 14, 2011, to Jan. 31, 2012.  On Dec. 23, the Board further pushed back the date to April 30, 2012, stating that “postponing the effective date of the rule would facilitate the resolution of the legal challenges.”

For more information on the regulation, click here, here, and here.
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