Oregon
Rule Rule 115-025-0030
Posting Notice of Petition


(1)

Upon receipt of a petition under OAR 115-025-0010(1), (2), (3) or (4), a Board Agent will cause a notice of the petition to be posted in the work areas granting maximum access to employees in the existing or proposed unit. Copies of the notice shall be sent to the public employer and any known exclusive representative. The notice shall set forth:

(a)

The name of the petitioning organization or employer;

(b)

A description of the unit involved; and

(c)

A statement that parties and interested persons will have 14 days from the date of the notice to file:

(A)

Objections to the appropriateness of the proposed unit;

(B)

Objections to the positions to be included or excluded;

(C)

Objections to the petitioners designation of the issue(s) in cases filed under OAR 115-025-0005; and

(D)

Petitions to intervene as provided in OAR 115-025-0035.

(2)

An affected employee or a party, including an intervenor, may file an objection regarding a petition filed under section (1) of this rule.

(3)

Upon receipt of a petition for certification without an election under OAR 115-025-0010(5), or a petition for unit clarification without an election under OAR 115-025-0010(6), a Board Agent will cause a notice of the petition to be posted in the work areas granting maximum access to employees in the proposed bargaining unit. Copies of the notice shall be sent to the public employer. Copies of the notice of a petition for unit clarification without an election will also be sent to the recognized or certified representative of the existing bargaining unit if that representative did not jointly file the petition with the group of unrepresented employees. The notice shall set forth:

(a)

A statement that certification or clarification without an election has been requested;

(b)

The name of the labor organization that seeks certification, or, in the case of a unit clarification petition, the name of the recognized or certified representative of the existing bargaining unit;

(c)

A description of the proposed bargaining unit, or, in the case of a unit clarification petition, a description of the existing bargaining unit and the unrepresented group of employees to be added to that existing unit; and

(d)

A statement that there are 14 days from the date of the notice to file:

(A)

Objections to the appropriateness of the unit;

(B)

Objections that a labor organization is currently certified or recognized as the exclusive representative of one or more employees in the proposed unit, or, in the case of a unit clarification petition, that another labor organization is certified or certified or recognized as the exclusive representative of any of the employees in the group of unrepresented employees seeking to be included in the bargaining unit;

(C)

Objections to the positions to be included or excluded; or

(D)

A request for an election pursuant to ORS 243.682(3).

(4)

An affected employee or a party, including an intervenor, may file an objection regarding a petition filed under section (3) of this rule.
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