Earlier this afternoon the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) announced it will be delaying the posting requirement rule until April 30, 2012. This move was made as a result of the lawsuit filed by the National Association of Manufacturers on the validity of the rule.
Earlier this week oral arguments were made in federal court in Washington on the case. The delay is positive news for manufacturers and the effort to rein in the NLRB’s aggressive agenda.
The NLRB continues to move forward with an concerning agenda that will hurt manufacturers competitiveness. From the complaint against Boeing, to the Ambush Elections rule, the posting requirement and the Specialty Healthcare case the NLRB is creating an uncertain environment for job creators and needs to held accountable.
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