Proposed measures seek to alter NLRB rule on union elections

03/28/2014 | Hill, The

Republican lawmakers in the House of Representatives are looking to alter provisions of a National Labor Relations Board rule that would expedite the process of union elections, according to this article. One proposal would avoid "ambush elections" by extending the 10-day window for employees to submit a petition to form a union to 35 days as stated in NLRB's rule. Another would enable workers to decide whether they want to provide personal contact information to unions, this article says.

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