The National Labor Relations Board on Wednesday said it would seek to reintroduce procedures designed to streamline union certification processes. The proposed rule changes are similar to those that were introduced in 2011 but subsequently shot down by a District Court for having been adopted without a validly constituted quorum. Read more: Judge strikes union election rule The reintroduction Wednesday was approved by NLRB chairman Mark Gaston Pearce and members Kent Y. Hirozawa and Nancy ...
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