Rocky Mountain High:
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce expressed strong opposition to the National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB) re-issuing of its “ambush election” rule, which would impose sweeping changes to the process used to conduct union elections in the workplace.
“It is a shame that the NLRB would expend its resources in this manner, creating more confusion and uncertainty under our nation’s labor laws, rather than focusing on initiatives that would invigorate a still-underperforming economy and encourage job growth,” said Randy Johnson, the Chamber’s senior vice president of Labor, Immigration, and Employee Benefits. “Instead, the NLRB has decided once again to issue a rule that will make it significantly more difficult for employers—especially those at small business—to respond to union campaigns.”
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