Bloomberg Law
March 8, 2019, 8:10 PM

NLRB Prosecutors Pressing for Rule Changes for Union Fees

Robert Iafolla
Robert Iafolla

The NLRB general counsel’s office has teed up a case that could prompt a change in the law to require unions to disclose how much employees in unionized workplaces would pay in fees if they don’t join.

National Labor Relations Board attorneys filed a complaint against a Unite Here affiliate in Seattle on the same day last month that General Counsel Peter Robb publicly announced his position that the law on fee disclosure should change.

Unions should have to tell new workers the exact amount they’d have to pay in agency fees for the costs of collective bargaining and other ...

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