Vorys on Labor

Vorys on Labor

Insights for the Labor Relations Professional

Tag Archives: decertification

Electronic Signatures for Union Authorization Cards Get a Green Light

Posted in Elections, Union Organizing
The last several years have seen significant decisions benefiting unions announced around Labor Day.  This year was no different.  There was the more easily satisfied joint employer test and a decision allowing dues checkoff provisions in a union contract to survive the expiration of that contract.  (More on that development coming soon!) Add to these a new guidance memorandum (pdf) from… Continue Reading

General Counsel Responds to Labor Practitioners’ Questions

Posted in Elections, NLRB, Union Negotiations
Earlier this year, the NLRB’s GC, who is responsible for enforcing the NLRA, continued his annual practice of attending the Mid-Winter Meeting of the Practice and Procedure Committee of the ABA Labor and Employment Law Section.  The GC answered questions the committee had collected from labor law practitioners around the country. A few weeks ago,… Continue Reading

Union Organizing in 2014

Posted in Union Organizing
By Susan Connelly of PTI Labor Research, Guest Blogger* PTI Labor Research analyzed union representation petitions that were filed within the first half of the year.   States with the most petitions filed (pdf) included:  New York, California, Illinois, Pennsylvania and New Jersey.  Each of these top five states are “Non-Right to Work,” where it is legal to… Continue Reading