Of Counsel Mark Neuberger was quoted in the Bloomberg BNA Labor and Employment Law
blog, “Punching In: Labor Department Personnel Moves and More,” discussing why unions are less likely to file election petitions in states that ban labor organizations from requiring workers to pay representation and administrative fees.
Unions may be filing fewer petitions in those states because there are fewer groups of workers they can convince to back them. “The conventional wisdom is that they don’t file any petitions unless they have close to 50 percent support,” Neuberger said.
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