Quickie Election Rules

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Employment Law Alliance’s Labor Day Survey Illustrates Disconnect Between Union Promises and Reality

In advance of Labor Day in the U.S. and Labour Day in Canada, the Employment Law Alliance (ELA), the world’s largest network of management-side labor, employment and immigration lawyers, has released the results of its latest...more

Executive Labor Summary - July / August 2015

Quickie elections seem here to stay, but Senate Republicans aren’t giving up. On July 29, the National Labor Relations Board won another challenge to its “quickie election” rules pursued by employer groups. This time, Judge...more

The NLRB Expands Its Reach in the Non-Union Workplace

The National Labor Relations Board continues to infiltrate the workplace even where there are no unions. Standard workplace policies — including those relating to employee conduct, protecting intellectual property, use of...more

3 ways businesses can protect themselves in pro-union times

Do your work rules align with recent National Labor Relations Board rulings? Are you prepared to ward off a unionization campaign? With the makeup of the NLRB, the two questions are tightly entwined. Though unions...more

NLRB’s New Election Rules Are Here to Stay

The NLRB’s “ambush” or “quickie” election rules are definitely here to stay. A federal judge in a Washington, D.C. district court rejected the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and other business groups’ challenge to the Board’s new...more

Employment Flash - July 2015

The July 2015 edition of Employment Flash covers a number of developments, including: the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling that job applicants need only show that a religious accommodation was a factor in denying employment to...more

Texas Federal Court Rules in Favor of NLRB’s “Quickie” Election Rules

A federal judge in Texas recently rejected a challenge to the NLRB’s “quickie” election rules that went into effect on April 14, 2015. One of the significant changes resulting from the enactment of the new rules is the...more

Employment Flash - March 2015

In This Issue: - Supreme Court Rejects Sixth Circuit Yard-Man Vested Benefits Presumption - Supreme Court Revives Pregnancy Discrimination Light Duty Case - NY Wage Theft Protection Act Amended - Senate...more

NLRB’s Election Rules Overhaul Sounds Alarms for Employers

In a one-two punch combination for employers, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) issued on Dec. 12, 2014, its final expedited election rules. Supporters colloquially call them “quickie” election rules while opponents...more

New NLRB Developments

As 2014 draws to a close, we wanted to provide you with a brief overview of what the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has been "up to" lately. ...more

NLRB: Hot For The Holidays

The National Labor Relations Board is busy — the Board came out late last week with a decision saying that employees can have access to their employers’ email systems for organizing activities under most circumstances. ...more

NLRB’s New Quickie Elections May Allow for Union Ambush Tactics

The National Labor Relations Board certainly did not wait long to take the next step in changing the landscape of union organizing to promote the success of labor interests in representation campaigns. Only one day after its...more

NLRB Re-Issues "Quickie Election" Rule In Continuous Effort to Boost Union Organizing

The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) is at it again. Unions are already winning close to 70% of NLRB-conducted elections. NLRB elections are already conducted quite promptly, with the median processing time being about...more

NLRB Issues Final Rule on “Quickie” Elections

On December 15, the National Labor Relations Board’s final rule amending the current procedures for handling union representation elections (which has become known as the “quickie” or “ambush” election rule) was published in...more

NLRB Issues “Quickie” Election Rules

After an unsuccessful effort to implement new election rules in 2011, the NLRB has now re-issued election rules that would substantially speed up the existing union election process....more

NLRB Adopts Expedited Election Rules, Effective April 15, 2015

After a series of false starts, on December 12, 2014, the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB” or “Board”) adopted a 733-page final rule (“Final Rule”) that will significantly change the Board’s longstanding union election...more

NLRB Publishes Final Rule Revising Union Election Procedures

The National Labor Relations Board has again issued its final rule revising union election procedures, which will greatly shorten the time between when the union files an election petition and when the election is held. This...more

The NLRB Issues its Long-Anticipated "Quickie Election" Rule, Making Union Organizing Faster and Easier

On December 15, 2014, the National Labor Relations Board ("NLRB") published its long-anticipated Final Rule on "quickie elections." The Final Rule, which is scheduled to go into effect on April 14, 2015, significantly tilts...more

NLRB Adopts Final "Quickie" Elections Rule

On December 12, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) announced that it is adopting amendments to its rules and regulations for the conduct of representation elections. These elections are known as “Quickie Elections” or...more

NLRB Final Rule: “Quickie” Elections are Now Reality

As anticipated, on December 12, 2014 the NLRB announced that the final “Quickie” Election Rule will be published in the Federal Register on December 15, 2014 and will take effect on April 14, 2015. Among other changes, the...more

NLRB's Finalizes Quickie Election Rules for April Implementation's

The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has finally implemented its long awaited “quickie election” rules, which will speed up union elections while requiring employers to turn over personal email addresses and telephone...more

Final ‘Ambush Election’ Rules Issued by the NLRB May Place Employers at a Disadvantage in the Election Process

On Dec. 12, 2014, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) announced that it will issue the long-anticipated “ambush election” rules on Monday, Dec. 15, 2014. The new rules, adopted by a divided NLRB split along party lines,...more

NLRB “Modernizes” Procedures

The NLRB has adopted comprehensive changes to the procedures for representation elections under the NLRA. Some changes, such as the ability to file documents electronically, clearly bring Board election procedures into this...more

NLRB Issues Final Election Rules Revision

As anticipated, the National Labor Relations Board today made public its final revised election rules. The new rules will become effective 120 days following their publication in the Federal Register. The publication date is...more

Quickie Elections and You: What Employers Need to Know about NLRB’s Proposed Rule Changes

In 2011, the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB” or the “Board”) issued proposed changes to its election rules for the purposes of speeding up the election process. These so-called “quickie” election rules were adopted by...more

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