The Hill -- House Republicans paint target on NLRB's proposed union election rules -- 09/05/11 12:45 PM ET -
"The hope is to move forward in the coming weeks with a proposal that will rein in the NLRB, and protect employers’ right to free speech and workers’ ability to make a fully-informed decision in a union election," a House Republican aide told The Hill.
In his memo, Cantor said the labor board’s proposed rule will afford “little time” to employers and workers who do not want to unionize.
“This summer, the NLRB issued a notice of proposed rulemaking that could significantly alter current union representation election procedures, giving both employers and employees little time to react to union formations in the future. The result will increase labor costs and uncertainty for nearly all private employers in the U.S,” Cantor said in the memo.
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