Law360 (April 1, 2020, 8:09 PM EDT) -- Union elections will resume at the National Labor Relations Board on April 6, the agency said Wednesday in a statement announcing that it’s not going to extend the two-week moratorium on elections that drew fire from a top House Democrat.
The NLRB said the board’s general counsel has advised that the “appropriate measures” are available for elections to continue in a “safe and effective manner” during the novel coronavirus outbreak. Regional directors will have discretion over how to conduct the elections once they start up again.
“We appreciate the patience and understanding of all NLRB stakeholders during this challenging time,” NLRB...
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