Law360 (September 29, 2020, 6:00 PM EDT) — Withholding employees’ email addresses and cellphone numbers from unions deprives workers of information and tips the organizing scales in employers’ favor, workers, unions and others said ahead of a Monday deadline for comments on a proposed National Labor Relations Board rule change.
The bulk of the close to 200 commenters on the NLRB’s third set of revisions to union election procedures opposed the plan, which would roll back an Obama-era rule making businesses turn over workers’ emails and cell numbers ahead of union elections, limiting unions to names and home addresses.
Several business advocates including the National Right to Work Foundation…
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