Federal - HR 2775

A bill to amend the National Labor Relations Act to require that lists of employees eligible to vote in organizing elections be provided to the National Labor Relations Board.

Introduced

June 6, 2017

Description

A bill to amend the National Labor Relations Act to require that lists of employees eligible to vote in organizing elections be provided to the National Labor Relations Board.

Our Position

Oppose

Original Sponsor 1

Co-Sponsors 14

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  • July 17, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 1

    Loudermilk, (R-Ga.)
  • July 13, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 1

    King, S. (R-Iowa)
  • July 12, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 1

    Perry, (R-Pa.)
  • July 11, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 3

    Duncan, Jeff (R-S.C.)Messer, (R-Ind.)Rooney, F. (R-Fla.)
  • June 29, 2017 — Full committee consideration and markup held by the House Education and the Workforce Committee.

    June 29, 2017 — Committee Vote: Privacy for Employee Contacts — Substitute Amendment
      J. Wilson, R-S.C. —

    Substitute amendment that would make minor technical changes to the underlying bill.

    Substitute amendment that would make minor technical changes to the underlying bill.

    Adopted by voice vote.

    June 29, 2017 — Committee Vote: Procedural Matter — Challenge to Non-Germane Ruling

    Motion to table a challenge to the chairwoman's ruling finding an amendment from Rep. Jared Polis, D-Colo., non-germane.

    Motion to table a challenge to the chairwoman's ruling finding an amendment from Rep. Jared Polis, D-Colo., non-germane.

    Agreed to 22-16.

    June 29, 2017 — Committee Vote: Privacy for Employee Contacts — Time for Employers to Pass Along Information
      Grijalva, D-Ariz. —

    Amendment that would require employers to send a list of employee contact information to the union within two days after a final hearing with the board. Employers could provide work locations, job classifications, and contact information including home addresses, available personal email addresses, and available home and personal cellular telephone numbers.

    Amendment that would require employers to send a list of employee contact information to the union within two days after a final hearing with the board. Employers could provide work locations, job classifications, and contact information including home addresses, available personal email addresses, and available home and personal cellular telephone numbers.

    Rejected 16-22.

    June 29, 2017 — Committee Vote: Privacy for Employee Contacts — Social Media
      Polis, D-Colo. —

    Amendment that would exempt employers with policies requiring employees to provide usernames, passwords and similar security information for personal email or their social media accounts.

    Amendment that would exempt employers with policies requiring employees to provide usernames, passwords and similar security information for personal email or their social media accounts.

    Rejected 16-22.

    June 29, 2017 — Committee Vote: Privacy for Employee Contacts — GPS Tracking
      Shea-Porter, D-N.H. —

    Amendment that would exempt employers that don't have policies preventing tracking employees via GPS without written consent.

    Amendment that would exempt employers that don't have policies preventing tracking employees via GPS without written consent.

    Rejected 16-22.

    June 29, 2017 — Committee Vote: Privacy for Employee Contacts — Video Surveillance
      Adams, D-N.C. —

    Amendment that would exempt employers who don't have policies preventing video surveillance of workers in designated private areas, such as bathrooms and locker rooms.

    Amendment that would exempt employers who don't have policies preventing video surveillance of workers in designated private areas, such as bathrooms and locker rooms.

    Rejected 17-21.

    June 29, 2017 — Committee Vote: Privacy for Employee Contacts — Overtime Rule
      Polis, D-Colo. —

    Amendment that would expand insider-trading restrictions on stock trades and tips for executives to one full year after they leave a company. Also would require votes on shareholder pay to be binding.

    Would also prevent taxpayer funds from being used to prevent unions from forming in a workplace.

    Would set up an option for a union to seek mediation if members think an employer is not cooperating in coming to a collective bargaining agreement.

    Would increase criminal and civil penalties to employers for breaking any of five major labor laws - Fair Labor Standards Act, Occupational Safety and Health Act, National Labor Relations Act, Mine Safety and Health Administration Act, Migrant and Seasonal Agriculture Worker Protection Act.

    Would reduce the number of employees who qualify as a supervisor, thereby increasing the number of employees eligible to join a union.

    Would require employers to give employees a pay stub.

    Amendment that would expand insider-trading restrictions on stock trades and tips for executives to one full year after they leave a company. Also would require votes on shareholder pay to be binding.

    Would also prevent taxpayer funds from being used to prevent unions from forming in a workplace.

    Would set up an option for a union to seek mediation if members think an employer is not cooperating in coming to a collective bargaining agreement.

    Would increase criminal and civil penalties to employers for breaking any of five major labor laws - Fair Labor Standards Act, Occupational Safety and Health Act, National Labor Relations Act, Mine Safety and Health Administration Act, Migrant and Seasonal Agriculture Worker Protection Act.

    Would reduce the number of employees who qualify as a supervisor, thereby increasing the number of employees eligible to join a union.

    Would require employers to give employees a pay stub.

    Ruled not germane.

    June 29, 2017 — Committee Vote: Privacy for Employee Contacts — Vote to Approve
    J. Wilson, R-S.C. —

    Mandates that the employer can give the board a list of all employees eligible to vote in an election no sooner than seven days after the board determines the appropriate bargaining unit. The list would be given to all parties and contain no more than one additional piece of personal contact information for the employee.

    Mandates that the employer can give the board a list of all employees eligible to vote in an election no sooner than seven days after the board determines the appropriate bargaining unit. The list would be given to all parties and contain no more than one additional piece of personal contact information for the employee.

    Ordered reported favorably to the full House (as amended) 22-16.
  • June 14, 2017 — Subcommittee hearing held by the House Education and the Workforce Committee, Subcommittee on Health, Employment, Labor and Pensions.

  • June 12, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 1

    Ferguson, (R-Ga.)
  • June 6, 2017 — Original cosponsor(s): 7

    Allen, (R-Ga.)Grothman, (R-Wis.)Walberg, (R-Mich.)
    Byrne, (R-Ala.)Mitchell, (R-Mich.)
    Foxx, (R-N.C.)Roe, (R-Tenn.)
  • June 6, 2017 — Read twice and referred to: House Education and the Workforce.Congressional Record p. H4645

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