Labor Management Reporting and Disclosure Act

Labor Management Reporting and Disclosure Act,

Definition of Labor Management Reporting and Disclosure Act:

  1. A law passed in the United States in 1959, also called the Landrum-Griffin Act, which regulates how labor unions interact with their members and with businesses. The law mandated secret elections for unionization, oversight by the department of labor, and certain standards for union leadership, and included other regulatory and transparency provisions as well.

Meaning of Labor Management Reporting and Disclosure Act & Labor Management Reporting and Disclosure Act Definition