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By: Jonathan Kandel
The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has given up on its attempt to require every employer to post notices regarding employee rights under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA). As previously reported on this blog, the NLRB’s requirement was struck down by two different federal appellate courts: Court Invalidates Portions of NLRB Notice Posting Rule, Fourth Circuit Voids NLRB Posting Rule. The NLRB recently announced that it will not seek Supreme Court review of the two decisions invalidating the rule. This announcement is good news for all employers, especially non-unionized employers. This decision does not affect federal contractors and subcontractors, who are subject to a separate NLRA posting requirement under Executive Order 13496.