Category Archives: Elections

NLRB – Average Time Between Petition Filing and Union Election is Just 23 Days.

The NLRB recently published the average time between the filing of a petition for an election and the election date under the NLRB’s new “quickie” election rules.  The average time (23 days) has decreased by two weeks in comparison to the prior election procedures.  This leaves significantly less time for companies to campaign against unions.  The election rules make it even more imperative for companies to promptly respond to unionization efforts in their workplaces.  For guidance on lawful campaign strategies, … Continue reading

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Employers Should be Prepared for Union Organizing Under New “Quickie” Election Rules

The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has recently issued its final rules regarding union representation case procedures.  These rules are commonly referred to as quickie election rules. These quickie election rules seek to expedite the election process.  They limit an employer’s ability to respond to union campaigns, effectively ambushing an unprepared Employer. BACKGROUND The NLRB is the federal agency responsible for governing private sector employer-union relations.  Part of its charge includes conducting elections for labor union representatives.  Representation elections may … Continue reading

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