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NLRB Schedules Public Meeting On Proposed Election Rules Changes


According to a notice published in the Federal Register on Feb. 26, 2014, the NLRB is scheduling a public meeting for April 10-11, 2014 on its proposed changes to union election procedures. The meetings will be held at the NLRB’s Washington, D.C., offices. As previously noted on this blog, the NLRB issued a notice that it was re-visiting these proposed changes on Feb. 6 after previous efforts to alter them were thwarted.

People desiring to speak at the meetings must submit a “Request to Speak form” that must be conveyed to the Board by March 31. All speakers will be subject to questioning by the NLRB regarding election procedures.

Additional information on the proposed changes can be found on the NLRB’s website here .


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