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Key new rules for employers posting staff to France

Foreign employers posting employees to France temporarily, whether to provide services for a client based in France or for their own sake or as part of an intra-group mobility programme, must comply with strict legal requirements.  These relate in particular to providing for those staff a set of mandatory employment rules applicable while they are … Continue Reading

Court Upholds NLRB Order Employer Posting Requirement (But Strikes Down Penalty Rule)

On March 2, Judge Amy Berman of the US District Court for the District of Columbia ruled that the NLRB has the authority to promulgate the rule it adopted last year (previously commented on here) which will require employers to post a notice informing employees of their rights under the National Labor Relations Act.  After … Continue Reading

NLRB Posting Requirement Postponed

The National Labor Relations Board won’t require employers to implement new posting requirements on November 14.  Instead, employers will have until January 31, 2012 — over a two month extension. Will the new posting requirements, as previously reported, go away completely? Probably not.  Although the NLRB extended the deadline, particularly to give medium and small … Continue Reading

Will Employers Be Required to Make Room for the NLRB Poster?

As previously reported here, private employers will have a new poster to add to their bulletin boards for employees effective mid-November, 2011.  That is unless the courts decide otherwise. Earlier this month, the National Association of Manufacturers (“NAM”), filed a lawsuit in the federal court for the District of Columbia to stop the NLRB from implementing … Continue Reading

Another Posting For Employers: New NLRB Posting Obligation for Employers

Effective November 14, 2011, private employers will be required to post a workplace notice of employee rights under the National Labor Rights Act. The posting requirement is intended to inform all employees of their rights under the NLRA and is patterned, in part, after the posting requirements of the FLSA, the FMLA and the recent … Continue Reading