Office of Labor-Management Standards (OLMS)
Form LM-30 Labor Organization Officer and Employee Report
Union officers or employees (except employees performing exclusively clerical or custodial services) must file a Labor Organization Officer and Employee Report, Form LM-30, if they or their spouses or minor children have certain interests or dealings. The reporting requirements are designed to disclose possible conflicts between personal interests and the officer's or employee's duty to the union and its members. As a result, a union officer or employee is required to report matters that involve his or her personal finances or those of a spouse or minor child. For example, a union officer must file a report if he or she receives income from a business that sold goods or services to, or otherwise had dealings with, an employer whose employees the union represents. An additional example requiring a report would be the employment of an officer's spouse by a company that does business with the union.
Download a blank Form LM-30 (PDF)
LM-10 Employer Reports - Frequently Asked Questions (Much of this information is also helpful for Form LM-30 filers.)
PowerPoint Presentation: Filing Form LM-30 - An Overview of Union Officer and Employee Reporting (PowerPoint Show (pps) format - 1 MB)
Last Updated: 12/01/06