All private-sector employers under the jurisdiction of the National Labor Relations Board must post an Employee’s Rights notice by Jan. 31, 2012.
According to the NLRB website, the date was moved from the November 2011 deadline to allow small and medium size businesses more time to determine if they fall under the NLRB jurisdiction.
Most of the employers will be required to post an 11-by-7 inch notice, available free from the NLRB website, where other workplace rights notices and company information is posted.
Employers who post personnel information on an internet site should also post the Employee’s Rights notice on the business site, in addition to a physical posting, although employers are not required to distribute the posting by email.
For more information go to nlrb.gov