Nice! Basically the rule changes will put most of the legal mumbo jumbo that employers use to delay union elections for months after the election. Then it can all be sorted out afterword. This will shorten the time that employers will have to bring in union busting law firms that help intimidate workers and violate labor law while muddying the waters of an election process with frivolous delays.
NLRB: In recent years, only about 10 percent of NLRB election cases have gone through the hearing process. Such elections have been held on average 101 days after the election petition was filed with a regional office.
“This rule is about giving all employees who have petitioned for an election the right to vote in a timely manner and without the impediment of needless litigation,” said Chairman Pearce.
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