NLRA / USERRA Combo Poster - English

Private Employer NLRA / USERRA Combo Poster


The NLRA / USERRA Combo Poster for private employers fulfills mandatory-to-communicate requirements under USERRA and allows employers to inform employees of their rights under the NLRA.

19″ x 25″ – laminated both sides.

SKU: 74801

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Product Description

The NLRA / USERRA Poster for private employers combines two optional-to-post notices of employee rights on one convenient workplace poster.

The Employee Rights Under the National Labor Relations Act notice informs employees of their federally-protected rights to organize and bargain collectively with their employers and to engage in other protected concerted activity, as well as their right to refrain from engaging in any of the above activity.

The Your Rights Under USERRA notice informs employees who are past or present members of the uniformed services, or applicants to the uniformed services, of their federally-protected employment rights. It covers eligibility requirements for reemployment rights and covered health insurance rights, as well as the right to be free from discrimination and retaliation.

Notice Requirements

The National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) covers most private-sector employees. There is no employer obligation to post Employee Rights Under the National Labor Relations Act, but employers may voluntarily post this notice in the workplace to communicate employees’ rights under the law.

The Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA) covers veterans, applicants and members of the active and Reserve components of the U.S. armed forces. Federal law requires employers to notify covered individuals of their rights under USERRA (38 U.S.C. 4334[a]). Employers may meet this requirement either by posting a copy of the Your Rights Under USERRA notice in the workplace where notices to employees are customarily placed, or in the form of a hand-out, e-mail, or standard mail so long as the full text of the notice is included.