The U.S. House of Representatives Wednesday passed a bill that would override the National Labor Relations Board’s recent ruling to shorten the time frame for union elections and allow for the formation of micro-unions in the workplace. Restaurant industry officials voiced concern that the NLRB — which resolves labor and management disputes — was attempting to resurrect key elements of the Employee Free Choice, or Card Check, Act, which had been sidelined earlier by ...
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