South Carolina Employment Law Letter: NLRB Overturns Boeing 'Microunit' Election at North Charleston Plant

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This article was originally printed in the November 2019 issue of the South Carolina Employment Law Letter.

Reviewing election results at Boeing's facility in Charleston, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) recently determined the petitioned-for voting unit made up of employees in two job classifications was invalid because the employees didn't share a community of interest with one another, nor did they share a community of interest sufficiently distinct from the interests of other production and maintenance employees who were excluded from the voting unit. Read on to see why the NLRB issued this ruling.

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