Business groups aren’t pleased with new U.S. Department of Labor proposed changes to the so-called “persuader” regulations under the Labor-Reporting and Disclosure Act (LMRDA).
The proposal would require increased employer reporting by expanding the circumstances under which employers are required to report to the government any arrangement with a labor relations consultant. Business groups say this will restrict access to legal counsel and make it easier for unions to organize.
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