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  2. OLMS | U.S. Department of Labor

    www.dol.gov/agencies/olms

    OLMS PROMOTES WORKER AND PUBLIC CONFIDENCE IN LABOR UNIONS. OLMS promotes union democracy, protects union assets, advances labor-management transparency, protects employment rights of public transit employees, and highlights the important role unions play in the modern American economy.

  3. OLMS Electronic Forms System | U.S. Department of Labor

    www.dol.gov/agencies/olms/reports/electronic-filing

    The Electronic Forms System (EFS) is the Office of Labor-Management Standards’ (OLMS) web-based system that enables labor organizations, their officials, employers, and labor relations consultants to complete and submit LM reports to OLMS. Currently, EFS is available for use by Forms LM-1, LM-2, LM-3, LM-4, LM-10, LM-15, LM-15A, LM-16, LM-20, LM-21 and LM-30, as well as simplified annual reports, filers.

  4. Online Learning Management System (OLMS) - Army Family Web Portal

    www.armyfamilywebportal.com/content/online-learning-management-system-olms

    OLMS: Online Learning Management System. The Online Learning Management System, or OLMS, is an interactive collection of Computer Based Trainings (CBTs) for users of ARC and other AFWP systems. There are various training subjects contained in OLMS, and each user is required to log in with an AFWP Account to access these materials. Logging in makes it possible to save the user's progress within each course and provide proof of completion for certification purposes.

  5. Forms and Instructions | U.S. Department of Labor - DOL

    www.dol.gov/agencies/olms/Regs/Compliance/formspage

    OLMS administers a comprehensive reporting and disclosure program. Each union subject to the LMRDA is required to file an initial information report (Form LM-1) and copies of their constitution and bylaws. Unions must also file annual financial reports (Forms LM-2, LM-3, or LM-4) with OLMS each year, disclosing their assets, liabilities, receipts and disbursements, and parent unions must file reports (LM-15, LM 15 (A), and LM-16) if they place a subordinate union in trusteeship.

  6. Online Public Disclosure Room | U.S. Department of Labor - DOL

    www.dol.gov/agencies/olms/public-disclosure-room

    From this page, you can search for and view reports filed by unions, union officers and employees, employers, and labor relations consultants for the year 2000 and after. For help navigating the Online Public Disclosure Room, please contact OLMS at 202-693-0123 or olms-public@dol.gov. Please also view the OLMS Online Public Disclosure Room demo.

  7. Electronic Forms System - DOL

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    Office of Labor-Management Standards - OLMS. EFS Helpdesk: 1-866-401-1109 |TTY: 7-1-1 Telecommunications Relay Service (TRS) Email: OLMS-Public@dol.gov. DOL Home > OLMS > EFS. Welcome to the Office of Labor-Management Standards. Electronic Forms System (EFS) Existing and New User Account Management. Register for an EFS User ID and Password. Edit your account information.

  8. About OLMS | U.S. Department of Labor

    www.dol.gov/agencies/olms/about

    The Office of Labor-Management Standards (OLMS) helps ensure that workers have a voice in the workplace and highlights the important role unions play in the modern American economy. OLMS promotes labor-management transparency by making available reports showing unions’ financial condition and employers’ expenditures for their activities in persuading workers during union organizing campaigns.

  9. Union Resources | U.S. Department of Labor - DOL

    www.dol.gov/agencies/olms/compliance-assistance/union-information

    The Office of Labor-Management Standards (OLMS) administers provisions of the Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act (LMRDA), which promotes labor-management transparency by making available reports showing unions’ financial condition and employer expenditures for their activities in persuading workers during union organizing campaigns.

  10. Olm - Wikipedia

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    Olms are gregarious, and usually aggregate either under stones or in fissures. Sexually active males are an exception, establishing and defending territories where they attract females. The scarcity of food makes fighting energetically costly, so encounters between males usually only involve display. This is a behavioral adaptation to life underground.

  11. I-CAP Closing Letters 2023 | U.S. Department of Labor

    www.dol.gov/agencies/olms/audits/international/2023

    OLMS En Español; LAWS AND REGULATIONS. Back. Laws and Regulations. Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act (LMRDA) Civil Service Reform Act (CSRA) Poster: Notice of Employee Rights Under Federal Law (Executive Order 13496) Mass Transit Employee Protections; ABOUT US. Back. About Us.