Decertification Elections 

Obama NLRB Excludes Worker Input in Case that Seeks to Restrict Workers' Ability to Remove Unwanted Union Bosses

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Obama NLRB Excludes Worker Input in Case that Seeks to Restrict Workers' Ability to Remove Unwanted Union Bosses

General Counsel seeks to eliminate employees' ability to use a majority petition to end employer recognition of an unsupported union

San Francisco, CA (July 21 2014) – In a precedent-setting federal case, a National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) regional director has denied a local restaurant worker's motion to intervene to stop the federal agency from foisting unwanted union representation back on her workplace after she and her coworkers attempted to remove the union.

With free legal assistance from National Right to Work Foundation staff attorneys, Scoma's of Sausalito restaurant worker Georgina Canche will appeal the NLRB regional director's order to an NLRB Administrative Law Judge (ALJ).

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Local Bus Drivers Overwhelmingly Vote to Remove Union

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Local Bus Drivers Overwhelmingly Vote to Remove Union

Workers vote to remove unwanted Amalgamated Transit Union from their workplace

Monroeville, PA (July 8, 2014) – Gateway School District bus drivers have overwhelmingly voted to remove a local union from their workplace.

The school bus drivers were finally allowed to vote to remove the union from their workplace after driver Robert Williams, who received free legal assistance from National Right to Work Foundation staff attorneys, and his coworkers petitioned the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) for a secret-ballot election four times.

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