DOL new rule brings transparency to anti-union messaging
The U.S. Department of Labor announced yesterday that a new rule will require management to let workers know the source of anti-union messages. Corporations routinely utilize third-party consultants to develop and distribute anti-union messaging to workers who are considering forming a union, without disclosing to workers the source of the communications. Not any more. This rule mandates full messaging disclosure of any and all anti-union communications. Read the complete press release, here.