Maine Museum's Security Workers Won't Get Say On Union

Law360 (November 19, 2020, 9:25 PM EST) -- A National Labor Relations Board official has allowed gallery ambassadors at the Portland Museum of Art to participate in a union election, but found that other employees working as security associates at the Maine museum are "guards" that need to be excluded from the unit.

In his decision, Paul J. Murphy, the acting regional director for Region 1 of the NLRB, granted the Technical, Office & Professional Union Local 2110's petition for a wall-to-wall unit, minus the seven security associates he found didn't belong.

The museum had argued that the security associates and 23 gallery ambassadors were guards under the National...

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