Obviously, the goal of most employers in a union representation election is to win. I can help you adopt a winning strategy.

But even a win does not guarantee that the union will go away. The union may challenge the election results, claiming that employer misconduct tainted the election.

If the election contest is successful, the election results may be set aside, and a new election may be ordered.

Similarly, an employer who loses a representation election may have grounds to challenge those election results.

Whether you have won or lost a representation election, I have experience in investigating possible grounds for setting an election aside, and representing employers in election contest proceedings.

I can maximize your chances of maintaining your non-union status. All you have to do is call.

I have over 40 years of experience in labor and employment matters and can help you and your business comply with all applicable laws and regulations.

I provide a free initial consultation on all new matters. Call me today at 763-494-9465.

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