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NLRB "Gives Up the Ghost" On Posting Rule Fight

Over on our labor and employment companion blog ( www.btlaborrelations.com ) one of my colleagues, Dave Pryzbylski, writes an excellent post that examines the NLRB's fight over its posting rule. It's a fight that the NLRB has recently given up the ghost on, and it impacts what employers have to post on the bulletin board at your office, hidden in the corner behind the door.

You can check out Dave's post by clicking on the link below.

BT Labor Relations - NLRB Fails to File Appeal to the Supreme Court for Review of its "Poster Rule"


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