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NLRB Reopens ‘Micro Unit’ Case Years After Union Election Win

Dec. 11, 2019, 11:59 PM

A chemical company will get a shot at ejecting a union representing workers at an Ohio facility in light of the National Labor Relations Board’s Dec. 11 decision reopening a case that had been closed for more than two years.

An International Chemical Workers Union affiliate won an election in 2016 to represent a group of Cristal USA Inc. workers that was approved under the NLRB’s Obama-era standard for smaller bargaining units. The company then refused to bargain with the union, which created the type of unfair labor practice case that employers typically use to challenge underlying representation cases in...

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