10 September 2011
A highly controversial new law, which many employers believe will unfairly foster union organizing, requires that employers post notices of employee rights — including the right to organize, join or discuss the activities of a union. The law goes into effect on November 14, 2011.
Employers must comply with the new rule whether they have a unionized work force or not.
My partner, labor and employment lawyer Scott Brink, has outlined in his article below the requirements the new rule imposes on employers.
Scott and the labor and employment lawyers of JMBM’s Global Hospitality Group® have represented the hospitality industry in all aspects of labor and employment law including union prevention, collective bargaining negotiations, and defense of unfair labor practice charges before the NLRB. If you have questions about how this new rule will impact your hotel business, we can help.