NLRB Rolls Back ‘Ambush’ Elections

The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has rolled back Obama-era regulations that expedited the union election process. So-called “ambush” elections often gave employers little time to respond to efforts to unionize.

In its new analysis, OMA Connections Partner Calfee reports that the new NLRB modifications help reverse some of the more union-friendly aspects of the election process. According to Calfee, this should give employers additional time to make their cases to employees about how union representation would impact the business. 12/17/2019