NLRB Will Further Extend Time for Filing Responses to the Request for Information Regarding Representation Election Regulations
To aid in the consideration of the issues involving the 2014 Election Rule, the Board is further extending the time for filing responses to the Request for Information Regarding Representation Election Regulations published in the Federal Register. The submission window is currently open and interested parties may file responses on or before Wednesday, April 18, 2018. The original submission deadline was Monday, February 12, 2017, which was initially extended to Monday, March 19, 2018.
On December 14, 2017, the National Labor Relations Board published a Request for Information in the Federal Register, asking for public input regarding the Board’s 2014 Election Rule, which modified the Board’s representation-election procedures located at 29 CFR parts 101 and 102. The Board is seeking information from interested parties regarding three questions:
1. Should the 2014 Election Rule be retained without change?
2. Should the 2014 Election Rule be retained with modifications? If so, what should be modified?
3. Should the 2014 Election Rule be rescinded? If so, should the Board revert to the Representation Election Regulations that were in effect prior to the 2014 Election Rule’s adoption, or should the Board make changes to the prior Representation Election Regulations? If the Board should make changes to the prior Representation Election Regulations, what should be changed?
The Request for Information was approved in December 2017 by former Board Chairman Philip A. Miscimarra and Board Members Marvin E. Kaplan (now Chairman) and William J. Emanuel. Board Members Mark Gaston Pearce and Lauren McFerran dissented.
The official Request for Information as approved by the Board, including the dissenting views, may be found here.
Complete instructions for filing responses are available here on the Agency’s website.
Click here to view the original press release published on December 12, 2017.
Click here to view the press release for the initial extension of time published on January 26, 2018.