The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) announced yesterday it will make no further efforts to revive a workplace posting rule that it had originally proposed in the fall of 2011. The rule required all union and non-union workplaces to post a detailed notice concerning worker rights, including the right to join unions, and the right to act together for mutual support. The rule was challenged immediately in two federal court lawsuits. The two Federal Courts of Appeal that heard the cases both held that the rule exceeded the NLRB’s proper authority and invalidated the rule.
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We reported yesterday about the decision in the federal District Court for the District of Columbia which upheld the NLRB rule requiring a posting about union organizing rights. The plaintiffs in that lawsuit who were challenging the posting rule filed an appeal Monday in the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals. In the appeal, the National Association of