Minnesota Union Certification Matters Attorney

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A union can be an added benefit to employees, however unionization can be a complicated process.  The National Labor Relations Board or state agency must determine that that particular union is the best fit for this particular occupation before the union can become certified. Obtaining the necessary experience, favorable votes, and accurate documentation can have a huge impact on whether or not you are approved.  With the assistance of our experienced Union attorneys at Tarshish Cody, you can rest assured that they will help you to comprehend the legalities of the process while completing it correctly and timely the first time.  

If you have a concern about the status of your union’s certification, we encourage you to contact one of our employment law attorneys at 952-361-5556 (or fill out the free case evaluation form below) today.  

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