You know those posters plastered on walls where you work? The minimum wage one and the polygraph one, etc? By November 14th, there will have to be a new one up, and it’s larger than the others. From Real Clear Markets:
As if employers weren’t burdened with enough paperwork, the Board will now require employers to put up 11″ by 17″ posters informing workers of their right to unionize. Whether the Board has the authority in law to require employers to put up posters is in dispute. Sooner or later, this issue may be tested in the courts.
Requiring posters won’t benefit the 14 million unemployed Americans, but it is yet another message to employers that the administration regards them with hostility and suspicion.
And of course, it is a sop to the unions who, coincidentally, give tons of money to Democrats.
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