NLRB Extends Election Rule Comment Deadline By 2 Months

Law360 (October 4, 2019, 4:45 PM EDT) -- The National Labor Relations Board on Friday pushed back the deadline for public feedback on its proposed rule for overhauling its union election procedures, a controversial regulation that the GOP-led board said will protect workers' rights to refrain from joining a union.

The comment period on the NLRB's proposed rule to update the agency's union representation process, which was initially due to expire on Oct. 11, will now run until Dec. 10. Any comments sent in response to those filed during the comment period must be submitted to the NLRB by Dec. 24, according to the agency's brief announcement Friday....

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