DOL Mulls Return to Obama-Era ‘Persuader’ Reporting Rule

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In late April 2021, the U.S. Department of Labor’s (DOL) Office of Labor-Management Standards (OLMS) signaled its intent to revisit the “persuader rule,” an Obama-era regulation that imposed strict reporting requirements on employers facing union organization. Although the rule hasn’t yet been reinstated and will almost certainly face significant opposition, you should be aware of the possible ramifications.

Source: Kanmu / iStock / Getty Images Plus What Is the Persuader Rule?

The persuader rule is a regulation first established by the DOL during the Obama administration. It alters the agency’s interpretation of the Labor Management Reporting and Disclosure

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