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NLRB Asks for Public Input on 2014 Election Rule

Legislative and Regulatory Update | Legal and Regulatory Compliance

NLRB Asks for Public Input on 2014 Election Rule

NLRB is requesting public comment on union election regulations. 

On Dec. 14, 2018, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) asked for information from the public regarding its 2014 representation election regulations (82 Fed. Reg. 58783).   

The notice stated that “the board has an interest in reviewing the election rule to evaluate whether the rule should be retained without change, retained with modifications, or rescinded, possibly while making changes to the prior election regulations that were in place before the rule's adoption. 

The deadline for comments was Feb. 12, 2018. For further information, contact Roxanne Rothschild, deputy executive secretary, National Labor Relations Board, 1015 Half St. SE, Washington, D.C., 20570, (202) 273-2917. 

The Legal & Regulatory Forum will follow this issue and will report on any developments. 

See related articleNew NLRB Election Rule May Increase Union Activity, July 2015 


 


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