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Federal Contractor – More Labor Law Posters

Are you a federal contractor? Chances are that you are required to post additional labor law posters required for federal contractors. Don’t worry, we’ll help you through this! Federal Contractor 101 Let’s start with the definition of a federal contractor: if your company does business with the federal government  or does business with another company who holds direct contracts with the federal government, then you may be a federal contractor

Get All the Facts About Federal Labor Law Posters

It is no secret that maintaining labor law compliance can be an overwhelming task. While you may be aware of the importance of remaining compliant with local and state labor posters, keeping up-to-date on federal labor law posters is just as essential. What is on the Federal Labor Law Posters? Employers across the United States are responsible for posting the most up-to-date federal labor law posters, but following up

NLRB Drops Poster Requirement for Private Employers

Private employers don’t need to worry about the return of the National Labor Relations Board poster requirement because the NLRB decided not to appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court. This brings to a close several years of legal battles with business groups.  Last year the NLRB lost cases in two federal appeals courts (D.C. and the Fourth Circuit) and an appeal to the Supreme Court was its last resort. The NLRB

NLRA Poster Rule Rejected Again in Federal Court; Poster Not Required

The rule requiring private employers to post the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) poster has been rejected by a second federal appeals court, this time in the U.S. Court of Appeals for South Carolina. The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) lost its appeal of the case previously won by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.  The decision in this appeal is broader than in previous cases, holding that Congress did not