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Did NLRB Member Brian Hayes get pressured to resign?

There are reports that David Berry, the NLRB inspector general, has “confirmed that his office is aware of allegations concerning possible enticements” offered to Hayes to resign. In October, Hayes reportedly told NLRB Chairman Mark Pearce that he might resign, leaving the Board without a quorum to act. The resignation was reportedly an effort to derail efforts by the Board’s two Democrats to enact regulations aimed at speeding up union elections. The Bloomberg BusinessWeek report can accessed here.


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