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NLRB rule affects non-union shops

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A National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) rule effective as of April 30 requires approximately six million businesses—including many sign companies—to post notices in their facilities regarding the formation of unions. Under the rule, employers that fail to post the notice are subject to unfair labor practice charges. In addition, the NLRB can impose sanctions if, after investigating the matter, it finds an employer’s failure to post the notice interfered with employees’ rights or warranted a tolling of the time limits.

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