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balloting,
in
meetings
or
referenda
specially
called
for
 the
purpose
 Lalay
Abala.
ALS2014B.
Labor
II.
 Regional
 branch
 of
 the
 Board
 may,
 at
 its
 own
 initiative
 or
 upon
request
of
any
affected
party,
supervise
the
conduct
 of
 the
secret
balloting
 o In
 every
 case,
 union
 or
 employer
 shall
 furnish
 the
 regional
 branch
 of
 the
 Board
 the
 notice
 of
 meetings
 referred
 to
 at
 least
24
hours
before
such
meetings
as
well
as
the
results
of
 the
voting
at
least
7
days
before
the
intended
strike/lockout,
 subject
to
the
cooling‐off
period
 o Decision
 to
 declare
 a
 strike
 
 majority
 vote
 of
 the
 TOTAL
 UNION
MEMBERSHIP
in
the
bargaining
unit
concerned
 50%
+
1
 o Members
of
the
minority
union
may
or
may
not
be
called
to
 the
strike
vote
meeting
 o Similarly,
lockout
 
secret
ballot
of
majority
of
directors
or
 partners
 Strike
vote
report
(SVR)
 o SVR
 submitted
 to
 the
 NCMB
 at
 least
 7
 days
 before
 the
 intended
strike
or
lockout,
subject
to
the
cooling‐off
period.
 o This
means
that
after
the
strike
vote
is
taken
and
the
results
 reported
to
NCMB,
7
days
must
pass
before
actual
strike
 o The
 7‐days
 is
 intended
 to
 give
 the
 DOLE
 an
 opportunity
 to
 verify
 whether
 the
 projected
 strike
 really
 carries
 the
 imprimatur
of
the
majority
of
the
union
members
 o The
 requirement
 of
 giving
 notice
 of
 the
 conduct
 of
 a
 strike
 vote
 to
 the
 NCMB
 at
 least
 24
 hours
 before
 the
 meeting
 is
 designed
to
–
 Inform
 the
 NCMB
 of
 the
 intent
 of
 the
 union
 to
 conduct
a
strike
vote
 Give
the
NCMB
ample
time
to
decide
W/N
there
is
a
 need
to
supervise
the
conduct
of
the
strike
vote
to
 prevent
 any
 acts
 of
 violence
 and/or
 irregularities
 attendant
thereto;
 Should
 the
 NCMB
 decide
 on
 its
 own
 initiative
 or
 upon
 the
 request
 of
 an
 interested
 party
 including
 the
employer,
to
supervise
the
strike
vote,
to
give
it
 ample
 time
 to
 prepare
 for
 the
 deployment
 of
 the
 requisite
personnel,
including
peace
officers
if
need
 be
 o Should
the
strike
vote
be
taken
within
or
outside
the
cooling‐ off
period?
 Law
does
not
say
 NCMB’s
Primer
on
Strike,
Picketing
and
Lockout:
if
 the
strike
vote
is
filed
within
the
cooling‐off
period,
 the
 7‐day
 requirement
 shall
 be
 counted
 from
 the
 day
 following
 the
 expiration
 of
 the
 cooling‐off
 period
(15
days
+
7
or
30
days
+
7)
 Declaration
of
strike
or
lockout
 o Dispute
is
unsettled
after
the
cooling‐off
period
and
+
7‐day
 reporting
 period,
 the
 labor
 union
 may
 strike
 or
 employer
 may
lockout
its
employees
 o • • 12
 Regional
 branch
 of
 the
 NCMB
 shall
 continue
 mediating...
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