Minn. R. 5505.1200 - CONSENT ELECTION

Subpart 1. Agreement to hold consent election.
A. Whenever a dispute arises concerning the representation of the employees under part 5505.0300, the parties to the dispute may agree in writing, subject to commissioner approval, that an election may be held without a hearing under this chapter.
B. An agreement to hold a consent election must be in the form prescribed by the commissioner.
Subp. 2. Notice of consent election.

A notice of the consent election must:

A. be posted in a conspicuous place at the place of employment of the employees; and
B. state the election date and that an objection may be filed with the commissioner according to subpart 4.
Subp. 3. Objections to election.
A. When an objection is filed with the commissioner under subpart 4, the commissioner must, on deeming it proper, revoke the agreement under subpart 1 for a consent election.
B. With the consent of the parties to the agreement and upon notice to the person filing the objection, the commissioner must, on deeming it proper, amend the provisions in the agreement for a consent election.
Subp. 4. Filing objections.

An objection to the consent election must be filed in writing with the commissioner no later than the date prescribed in the notice under subpart 2. An objection filed after the prescribed date in the notice is void.


Minn. R. 5505.1200
L 1987 c 186 s 15; 17 SR 1279 46 SR 1387

Statutory Authority: MS s 179A.04

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