Any labor organization or other person desiring to intervene in any hearing shall make a motion for intervention stating the grounds upon which such labor organization or other person claims to have an interest in the proceeding. The hearing officer or the service, as the case may be, may by order in writing or on the record permit intervention to such extent and upon such terms as he may deem proper, and such intervenor shall thereupon become a party to the proceeding; provided, however, that (1) no labor organization which is a party to a contract covering employees in the alleged appropriate unit shall be denied the right to intervene as a party in such proceeding, and (2) no labor organization which makes a showing of proved authorizations or membership of at least 10 percent of the employees in the unit claimed to be appropriate by the petitioner shall be denied the right to intervene as a party in such proceedings. Any labor organization desiring to intervene for the purpose of seeking an election in a unit different from that claimed to be appropriate by the petitioner shall be required to make a showing of proved authorizations or membership of a least 30 percent of the employees in the unit claimed to be appropriate by the organization seeking intervention. The district shall be deemed a party to each proceeding hereunder without the necessity of intervening therein.
NOTE: Authority and reference cited: Section 54, Labor Code; and Sections 4.4, 13.91, 25052, 28851, 30751, 40122, 50121, 70122, 90300b, 95651, 100301, 101344, 102403, 103401, 120505 and 125521, Public Utilities Code. Additional reference: Labor Management Relations Act, 1947, Section 9, 29 USC Section 159; 29 CFR Sections 102.60-102.72.
1. Amendment filed 7-29-83; effective thirtieth day thereafter (Register 83, No. 31).
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