U.S. employers must post notices informing workers about theirlegal rights to form a union and bargain on contracts, the NationalLabor Relations Board said in a rule that may help efforts toorganize employees.

Companies that use posters to tell employees about personnelrules or policies must add a notice about their collectivebargaining rights, according to a statement today from the NLRB.The posting must be completed Nov. 14.

“The notice does make it easier for labor to make inroads,”Doreen Davis, a partner in the labor and employment practice atMorgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP in New York and Philadelphia, saidin an interview. “It's almost like an invitation to non-unionemployees to start thinking about joining unions.”

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