NLRB Plans Gradual Revamp Of Union Election Rule

Law360, San Francisco (November 8, 2018, 11:47 PM EST) -- Instead of revamping the National Labor Relations Board's Obama-era union election rule all at once, the NLRB will release a series of proposed rules starting in the next few months to revise specific aspects of the union election process, the labor board's four current members said Thursday.

Board chairman John Ring and members Bill Emanuel, Marvin Kaplan and Lauren McFerran — addressed the election rule and a wide variety of other hot-button topics facing the board during a moderated panel discussion at the American Bar Association's labor and employment conference in San Francisco.

Ring said the agency has reviewed the thousands...

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