Union Sneak-Attack Election Rule Void - For Now


Remember the NLRB's new sneak-attack union election rule? The rule lets unions surprise complacent companies with fast-track union elections. A federal court in DC just invalidated the rule. That's good news for employers. For now, at least...

The court nailed the rule on a technicality. The two Democratic members of the NLRB basically passed the rule over e-mail without any reply from the NLRB's lone Republican member. That wasn't a quorum, said the court.

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