Oregon
Rule Rule 115-025-0035
Intervention


(1)

Except in petitions for certification without an election under OAR 115-025-0010(5), a labor organization may intervene as a candidate for representative of a bargaining unit if it files a representation petition within 14 days from the date of a notice of petition and supports its petition with a showing of interest of ten percent of the employees in the unit. A labor organization may intervene for the purpose of representing a bargaining unit of employees different from that sought by the petitioner, but including some of the employees in the bargaining unit proposed by the petitioner. In such case, it must file a petition for representation within 14 days from the date of the notice of petition with a showing of interest of 30 percent of the employees in its proposed unit.

(2)

A labor organization currently certified or recognized as the exclusive representative of all or a major portion of the employees in the requested bargaining unit will be included as a party in interest in any hearing on the petition and will be included on the ballot in any resulting election, unless it files a disclaimer pursuant to OAR 115-025-0060(3).
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