Bloomberg Law
March 26, 2020, 8:23 PM

Unions, Employers Get ‘Covid-19' Delay for Financial Disclosures

Ben Penn
Ben Penn

Labor unions, businesses, and labor-relations consultants will have three additional months to file annual financial reports with the federal government if they have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

A significant share of employers and unions had faced a March 30 filing deadline. The Labor Department’s Office of Labor-Management Standards said in a notice Wednesday that it won’t pursue an enforcement action against those who file late “when these reporting violations are attributable to COVID-19.” Reports must now be filed by June 30, 2020, “absent further notice from OLMS.”

The policy applies to a number of influential labor organizations, such ...

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