General Motors Corporation, Fisher Body Division-van Nuys Plant, Employer And International Brotherhood Of Electrical Workers, Local Union 11, A. F. Of L., Petitioner, 341 (1948)

Docket Number:21-RC-51
Party Name:344
 
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In the Matter of GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION, FISHER BODY DIVISION-VAN NUYS PLANT, EMPLOYER and INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OF ELECTRICAL WORKERS, LOCAL UNION 11, A. F. OF L.,

PETITIONER In the Matter of GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION, FISHER BODY DIVISION-VAN ITUYS PLANT, EMPLOYER wild UNITED ASSOCIATION OF JOURNEYMEN & APPRENTICES OF PLUMBING & PIPEFITTERS INDUSTRY,

LOCAL No. 250, A. F. L., PETITIONER In the Matter of GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION, FISHER BODY DIVISION-VAN NUYs PLANT, EMPLOYER and UNITED AUTOMOBILE, AIRCRAFT AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT WORKERS OF AMERICA (UAWCIO), PETITIONER In the Matter of GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION, CHEVROLET DIVISION,

EMPLOYER and INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OF ELECTRICAL WORKERS, LOCAL UNION 11, A. F. OF L., PETITIONER In the Matter of GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION, CHEVROLET DIVISION,

EMPLOYER and INTERNATIONAL UNION, UNITED AUTOMOBILE, AIRCRAFT AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT WORKERS OF AMERICA, PETITIONER Cases Nos. 21-RC-51, 21-RC-104, 21-RC-111, 21-RC-57, and 21-RC-J6, respectively.-Decided August 31, 1948 DECISION DIRECTION OF ELECTIONS AND ORDER Upon separate petitions duly filed, hearings in the above consolidated cases' were held before a hearing officer of the National Labor SOn March 11, 1948, the Regional Director, pursuant to Section 203.64 (b) of the Board's Rules and Regulations-Series 5, consolidated the proceedings in Cases Nos. 21-RC-51, 21-RC-104, and 21-RC--11. On the same date, the Regional Director consolidated the proceedings in Cases Nos. 21-RC-57 and 21--RC-65.

341 Relations Board. The hearing officer's rulings made at the hearings are free from prejudicial error and are hereby affirmed.2 As the petitions in these cases involve identical units of employees of the Employer engaged in substantially the same work in plants located in the same Region, the Board hereby consolidates the petitions in Cases Nos. 21-RC-51, 21-RC-104, 21-RC-111, 21-RC-57, and 21-RC-65.3 Upon the entire record in these cases, the Board finds:

  1. The Employer is engaged in commerce within the meaning of the National Labor Relations Act.

  2. The labor organizations named below claim to represent employees of the Employer.

  3. A question affecting commerce exists concerning the representation of employees of the Employer, within the meaning of Section 9 (c) (1) and Section 2 (6) and (7) of the Act.

  4. The appropriate units:

The Petitioner in Cases Nos. 21-RC-51 and 21-RC-57, herein called the IBEW, seeks units composed only of...

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