Office of Labor–Management Standards.The division of the Employment Standards
Administration in the U.S. Department of Labor responsible for enforcing the Labor–Management Reporting and Disclosure Act of 1959, which establishes standards for labor-union management and financial operations. • The Act sets out a list of union-members’ rights, including the right to fair elections of union leaders, the right to know about the union’s administrative policies and financial transactions, and the right to have union funds safeguarded. — Abbr. OLMS. See
EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS ADMINISTRATION.
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