The battle to overturn the National Labor Relations Board’s rule to shorten time frames for union elections will shift to the courts
International Franchise Association officials voiced their disappointment Tuesday after the U.S. Senate failed to pass a resolution seeking to overturn the National Labor Relations Board’s rule to abbreviate the time frame allowed for union elections. But despite the loss in the Senate, opponents of the rule say the battle over “ambush” elections now will shift to the courts. Senators rejected a joint resolution, S.J. Res. 36, by a bipartisan vote of 54 to 45 that would ...
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