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Unexpected Unanimity: NLRB Deals Blow to Union Solicitation of Mail Ballots and Defends Election Integrity

Posted in Elections
In a political climate fraught with partisanship, rare instances of bipartisanship and even unanimity can be welcome events.  For labor professionals on the management side, the NLRB’s June 9, 2021 decision in Professional Transportation, Inc. is likely to be doubly welcome, as the NLRB unanimously held that a union’s solicitation of mail ballots constitutes objectionable… Continue Reading

NLRB Suggests Safety Protocols for In-Person Union Elections

Posted in Elections
After the COVID-19 pandemic caused a temporary suspension of both in-person and mail ballot labor union elections, the NLRB permitted elections to resume in early April.  On Tuesday, July 6, the General Counsel issued guidance addressing suggested safety protocols for conducting manual elections.  As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve, the General Counsel acknowledged the… Continue Reading