Wednesday, December 22, 2010

The NLRB Goes Wild

"What will not be accomplished by legislation WILL be accomplished by regulation." --Stalin

(OK, I made that up. Sorta. Stalin actually referred to "guns", not "regulation.")

Following the 60-day public comment period (see below), if the rule is adopted, an employer’s failure to post the NLRB notice would constitute an unfair labor practice charge.

No need for hearings or trials. You're just guilty, period.

HT: RedStates


Anonymous said...

60 days is a REASONABLE amount of time for an employer to adhere to the rule you object to--similar postings are already required under several acts (Fair Labor, Title VII of 1964 Civil Rights Act, Occupational Safety and Health). So, the rule itself is NOT new. The consequence you want to quibble about, fine.

I thought conservatives were in favor of individual responsibility.
If an employer follows the rule, they do not get into trouble. It's not rocket science.

Beer, Bicycles and the VRWC said...

Civil Disobedience.