NLRB Validates NY Charter Worker's Union Decert Petition

Law360 (June 19, 2018, 6:55 PM EDT) -- A National Labor Relations Board official has concluded that a Charter Communications Inc. employee could file a petition to decertify a union’s representation of workers in New York City since he was no longer a supervisor at the time the petition was filed, according to a decision issued Monday. 

Regional Director John Walsh of the NLRB’s Region 2 office in New York determined that the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers local union No. 3 didn’t prove that Charter employee Bruce Carberry was a supervisor and thus ineligible to file a decertification petition that paves the way for a vote on whether...

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