Haw. Code R. § 12-41-45 - Pre-election conference, stipulation for election, hearing, and election

Current through February, 2022

If it appears to the board or its hearings officer that the petition presents a question concerning representation, a preelection conference shall be hold between the interested parties, and the parties may enter into a "Stipulation for Election", as prescribed by the board. The board or an agent of the board shall conduct the election in accordance with the stipulation. If no stipulation is consummated, the board or its hearings officer may hold a hearing, in which event it shall serve upon the petitioner and upon any other interested parties a copy of the petition and a notice of hearing upon the question of representation, at a time and place stated therein. At the hearing, the board or its hearings officer shall determine the facts necessary to conduct the election. All proceedings under this section shall be governed by the provisions of sections 12-41-20 to 12-41-30, insofar as they are applicable. If, upon completion of the hearing the board concludes that a secret ballot shall be taken, it may direct that an election be conducted in the appropriate collective bargaining unit upon such terms as it may specify. The form of ballot to be used in any election shall be prepared as prescribed in section 377-5(c), HRS.


Haw. Code R. § 12-41-45
[Eff. NOV 10 1983] (Auth: HRS § 377-11) (Imp: HRS § 377-5)

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