Vorys on Labor

Vorys on Labor

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Tag Archives: neutrality agreement

A Stimulus for Organized Labor

Posted in Union Organizing
Here’s one you may not have heard about yet.  Buried in the last 100 pages or so of the 600+ page CARES Act, the Covid-19 bill the Senate passed this morning, I found this nugget: (X) that the recipient will remain neutral in any union organizing effort for the term of the loan. For the… Continue Reading

SEIU Strikes Out

Posted in Unions
Earlier this year, Catholic Health Partners filed an "RM" petition with the NLRB’s regional office in Cincinnati, Ohio.  An RM petition is a way for employers to initiate NLRB-conducted, secret ballot elections when the employer believes that a union representation issue exists.  Catholic Health Partners sought elections in 44 different units at more than a dozen… Continue Reading