Due to the coronavirus outbreak, the NLRB has delayed its roll out of amendments to the “quickie” election rules, which we discussed in a previous post.  Instead of becoming effective on April 16, 2020, the rule changes will now be effective on May 30, 2020.  The scope of the crisis caused by the coronavirus

The National Labor Relations Board recently scaled back the 2015 “quickie” election rule, which had sped up the timelines for conducting union elections.  Speeding up the process provided an advantage to unions by setting short deadlines that often ambushed employers, leaving them with limited time to react to the election petition.  The new rule offers

Quickie Election Rules Have Not Dramatically Helped Unions Organize

The NLRB recently released its report on representation elections for fiscal year 2017. The results are consistent with fiscal years 2015 and 2016 — though unexpected given the 2015 Quickie Election rules dramatically limited the time employers had to ensure its employees could make an informed

I hate to sound unduly pessimistic, but any hopes you had of relief from unduly labor-friendly National Labor Relations Board (“the Board”) precedent this year will likely not happen because President Trump will likely not have a business-friendly majority on the five member Board until sometime early next year and a General Counsel willing to