Vorys on Labor

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Take Two: NLRB Begins its “Do Over” on Union Election Rules

Posted in NLRB
As expected, the NLRB has again proposed to amend various procedural rules that relate to the way in which union election petitions are processed. These changes are primarily designed to speed up the processing of requests for secret ballot elections. They are widely regarding in the employer community as the "quickie" or "ambush" election rules. The … Continue Reading

UPDATE: Department of Labor’s LMRDA Proposal has Broad Implications for HR Departments and In-House Counsel

Posted in Union Organizing
By Allen Kinzer and Nelson Cary Recently, we alerted you to the U.S. Department of Labor’s effort to change the reporting requirements for businesses who engage external advisors in connection with union organizing issues. As we continue to review these proposed regulations, their scope becomes even more problematic for employers.  For example, suppose you are a … Continue Reading

Big Brother Watching You? DOL Demands More Information from Employers About Union Avoidance Activities

Posted in Union Organizing
By Nelson Cary and Allen Kinzer Yesterday, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) proposed to do away with an interpretation of the Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act (LMRDA) that has prevailed for nearly 50 years.  At issue is Section 203 of the LMRDA, which requires, among other things, that employers file reports with the DOL when … Continue Reading