The National Labor Relations Board invited public briefing on deadlines for paperwork that employers must file with the agency when they’re ordered to give workers backpay.
The NLRB said Thursday that it’s considering whether to impose a set time limit for employers to submit W-2 forms for workers getting backpay. The board also said it’s weighing whether to modify its existing 21-day deadline for filing reports on the allocation of backpay.
Briefs from unions, employers, or other parties are due by June 7.
The issue arose in a case involving Cascades Containerboard Packaging-Niagara, a division of