Tell Congress to Oppose the NLRB's "Ambush Elections" Rule

Congress is considering a resolution that would nullify the National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB) “ambush elections” rule and give employers more time to respond to efforts to unionize their businesses. 

Should the “ambush elections” rule take effect, the length of time between the filing of a union petition and an employee vote on unionization would be dramatically narrowed from the current median of 38 days to as little as 11 days. It would dramatically narrow the time employers have to respond to unionization petitions, restrict employers’ ability to raise substantive issues and concerns prior to a union election, and deny employees full and proper access to information on unions.

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