Proposed Changes to Labor Laws Raise Concerns

WASHINGTON Business leaders, including retailers, last week denounced proposed rule changes by the National Labor Relations Board and the U.S. Department of Labor as an end-around to achieving the same pro-union goals as the so-called card check legislation that died last year in Congress. The NLRB last week proposed a series of procedural changes that would speed the process of union elections, in

WASHINGTON — Business leaders, including retailers, last week denounced proposed rule changes by the National Labor Relations Board and the U.S. Department of Labor as an end-around to achieving the same pro-union goals as the so-called “card check” legislation that died last year in Congress.

The NLRB last week proposed a series of procedural changes that would speed the process of union elections, in part by deferring litigation over voter eligibility issues until after elect

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