UNIT CLARIFICATION FAQ

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Unit Clarification FAQ

What do I need to know to file a clarification petition?

What is the purpose of a unit clarification?

Who can file a unit clarification petition?

What is the time limit for filing a unit clarification petition?

When will PERC not clarify a bargaining unit?

What happens after a case is filed?

How is a unit clarification case processed?

What happens at a unit clarification hearing?

Will PERC represent me or provide me with an attorney?

Do I need to hire an attorney?

When and how will I be informed of PERC’s decision?

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