NLRB Relaxes Financial Disclosure Requirements for Unions

Last week, the National Labor Relations Board’s general counsel rolled back Trump-era financial disclosure requirements for unions. Even without a complaint, unions had been required to explain fees charged to non-members. Now, beyond routine financial reporting, unions are only required to make extra disclosures if non-member employees complain about union fees. For more, read this summary from OMA Connections Partner Roetzel. 2/17/2021