Recently, we pointed out that the effort by the National Labor Relations Board to impose on all employers an obligation to post notices about union organizing rights remains stalled. That article resulted in some questions about whether federal contractors and subcontractors are still required to post a notice about union organizing.
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Starbucks recently won a limited victory in a case involving employees wearing pro-union buttons at work. National Labor Relations Board v. Starbucks Corp. Court of Appeals Second Circuit, Case No. 10-3511. A common union organizing tactic is to have pro-union employees wear union buttons at work. Employers often have the mistaken impression that they can