Worker Says NLRB Official Flouted New Union Election Rules

Law360 (February 23, 2021, 6:06 PM EST) -- A worker at a Michigan construction company urged the National Labor Relations Board to reverse a regional official's decision canceling a vote on ousting a union, saying the ruling undercut the purpose of new board rules allowing elections to proceed despite alleged labor law violations.

In a brief filed with the board Monday, Rieth-Riley Construction Co. worker Rayalan Kent said NLRB Detroit office director Terry Morgan ignored the goal of the board's new rule for so-called blocking charges when she dismissed two requests Kent filed to decertify International Union of Operating Engineers Local 324 as representative of his workplace. New board...

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