p style="color: red;">Mandatory NLRA (National Labor Relations Act) Posting
Previously, under Executive Order 13496, notification of Employee Right Under Federal Labor Laws required only employers classified as federal contractors and subcontractors to post the "Employee Right Under The National Labor Relations Act" notice. Now, a new final rule has been issued by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), published in the Federal Register on August 30, 2011, that now extends this posting requirement to nearly all employers in the private sector.
Physical and Electronic Posting
Private employers must post the employee notice conspicuously in and around their plants and offices so that it is prominent and readily seen by employees. In particular, contractors and subcontractors must post the notice where other notices to employees about their jobs are posted.
Additionally, employers who post notices to employees electronically must also post the required notice electronically via a link to the OLMS website. When posting electronically, the link to the notice must be placed where the contractor customarily places other electronic notices to employees about their jobs. The link can be no less prominent than other employee notices. Electronic posting cannot be used as a substitute for physical posting.
Acquiring Translated Posters
Where at least 20% of a employer’s workforce is not proficient in English, the employer must provide the employee notice in languages spoken by employees. OLMS will provide translations of the employee notice that can be used to comply with the physical and electronic posting requirements.
Who must post this poster?
Beginning January 31, 2012, private employers are required to post the notice titled Employee Rights Under The National Relations Act (NLRA). The notice informs employees about their rights under the NLRA to form, join, and assist a union, and to bargain collectively with their employer.
- Dimensions: 11"x17"
- Language Options: English, Spanish or Bilingual