NLRB Rule Change Will Help Those That Want to Unionize

The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) issued new regulations that require companies to put posters on their bulletin boards that inform employees about their rights to unionize under federal law.

Under the new regulations, businesses would have to display notices that explain the right to bargain collectively, to give out union literature and to work together to improve wages and conditions free of retaliation.

Noting that many workers are unaware of these rights, the board said the new regulations are aimed at making it easier for workers to exercise their rights under the National Labor Relations Act, which sets rules for unionization efforts.

“Your Vote Counts!” said TCU President Bob Scardelletti “The Obama Administration is thinking about the hard working American worker’s rights and trying to protect them not put them on the street.”

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