Edward C. Fiedler, Ciarles F. Samson, Roger D. Mellick, J. Wright Brown, Kenneth Boardman, Harold W. Carhart, C. Maury Jones, Clarkson Runyon, Jr., Archie M. Reid, Louis Lee Stanton, Robert A. Haughey, Van R. Halsey, Walter I. Clayton, Dewees W. Dilworth, F. K. M. Hunter, Stuart Scott, Jr., Albert Francke, David A. Lowry, Walter B. Levering, Edward J. Stray, John B. Maher And Joseph J. O'brien, General Partners, And John T. Winkhaus, Limited Partner, Doing Business As Carlisle & Jacquelin a Partnership And New York Stock Exchange & Financial Employees Independent Association, 678 (1944)
|Docket Number:||2-R-.4153 SUPPLEMENTAL DECISION AND CERTIFICATION OF REPRESENTATIVES March 22|
In the Matter of EDWARD C. FIEDLER, CIARLES F. SAMSON, ROGER D.
MELLICK, J. WRIGHT BROWN, KENNETH BOARDMAN, HAROLD W. CARHART, C. MAURY JONES, CLARKSON RUNYON, JR., ARCHIE M. REID,
Louis LEE STANTON, ROBERT A. HAUGHEY, VAN R. HALSEY, WALTER I. CLAYTON, DEWEES W. DILWORTH, F. K. M. HUNTER, STUART SCOTT,
JR., ALBERT FRANCKE, DAVID A. LOWRY, WALTER B. LEVERING, EDWARD J. STRAY, JOHN B. MAHER AND JOSEPH J. O'BRIEN, GENERAL PARTNERS, AND JOHN T. WINKHAUS, LIMITED PARTNER, DOING BUSINESS AS CARLISLE & JACQUELIN A PARTNERSHIP and NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE & FINANCIAL EMPLOYEES INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION Case No. 2-R-.4153 SUPPLEMENTAL DECISION AND CERTIFICATION OF REPRESENTATIVES March 22, 1944 On November 25, 1943, the National Labor Relations Board issued a Decision and Direction of Election in this proceeding.1 On December 11, 1943, representatives of New York Stock Exchange & Financial Employees Independent Association, herein called the Union, and representatives of the partnership doing business as Carlisle & Jacquelin, herein called the Company, conferred in the Regional Director's office with respect to the election which was scheduled to be' held among the Company's employees. During the course of the conference, the Company and the Union disagreed concerning the meaning of our finding of an appropriate unit for the Company's employees in its bearing upon the Union's authority to bargain on their behalf in the event it should win the election and be certified by the Board as their exclusive bargaining representative. On December 13, 1943, as a result of this disagreement, the Company filed with the Board a request for clarification of the Board's finding with respect to the appropriate unit. On December 15, 1943, the Union filed its opposition to the granting of the Company's request.
Pursuant to the Direction of Election, an election by secret ballot was conducted on December 18, 1943, under the direction and super 678 679 vision of the Regional Director for the Second Region (New York City). On the same day the Regional Director prepared and served upon the parties a Tally of Ballots. The Tally of Ballots discloses that each of the 30 eligible voters cast a ballot; that of this number 1 ballot was void; and that, of 29 valid votes cast, 22 were cast for, and 7 against, the Union. There were no challenged ballots. Neither the Union nor the Company filed objections to the Tally of Ballots or to the conduct of the election. Since a majority of employees in the appropriate unit has selected the Union as their bargaining representative, we will grant the Company's request and review our findings so far as they...
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