Labor board to throw out bogus claims made by SEIU, paving way for thousands to vote and join NUHW

June 17th, 2010

The National Labor Relations Board’s Office of Advice has issued a directive to the NLRB’s four California offices, recommending the final dismissal of charges that the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) has used to block fair union elections for more than 16 months. As a result of this decision, long-delayed elections may now be scheduled within a matter of weeks for thousands of California healthcare workers. [Full story]

Labor board to throw out bogus claims made by SEIU, paving way for thousands to vote and join NUHW

After 16 months in legal limbo, workers will finally get elections to join NUHW

WASHINGTON—The federal National Labor Relations Board’s Office of Advice has issued a directive to the NLRB’s four California offices, recommending the final dismissal of charges that the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) has used to block fair union elections for more than 16 months. As a result of this decision, long-delayed elections may now be scheduled within a matter of weeks for thousands of California healthcare workers.