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The Decertifying Process

from Jeff Z. Klein of Slap Shot,

Decertifying would be a big step for the N.H.L. players – and a time-consuming one. Here’s how it would work for the 23 player labor units in the United States. (The seven Canada-based units would have to follow separate decertification procedures in Quebec, Ontario, Manitoba, Alberta and British Columbia.)

  • 1) First, the membership must sign a petition to decertify. If at least 30 percent of the members sign, the process begins.
  • 2) The petition goes to the National Labor Relations Board.

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