National Labor Relations Board

  1. an independent agency of the United States government charged with mediating disputes between management and labor unions
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How To Use National Labor Relations Board In A Sentence

  • Moreover, the act established the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) to administer its provisions, to punish unfair labor practices, and to determine which union should represent workers.
  • Note that this is the current National Labor Relations Board, which is not especially friendly to labor. Later On
  • Metaldyne will allow the UAW to recruit new members at its 10 nonunion plants and establish union jurisdiction without having to hold an election under the auspices of the National Labor Relations Board.
  • The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has both an investigatory department and an adjudicatory department made up of 40 Administrative Law Judges (ALJs) that hear and decide cases. Andrew Brandt: Brady v. NFL: A Primer
  • I am a Democrat who has worked at both the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) and the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service (FMCS), two agencies that figure prominently in this legislation. Democrats Shouldn't Rush on Labor Legislation
  • In a sweeping 89-page ruling, Judge Susan Richard Nelson rejected the NFL's argument that she didn't have jurisdiction in the case and should defer to the National Labor Relations Board, which is investigating the NFL Players Association's decision to decertify the union for the purposes of collective bargaining. Judge Rules to Lift NFL Lockout
  • Pawlenty, for one, called the National Labor Relations Board's bid to keep Boeing from building Dreamliner 787s at a nonunion plant in South Carolina "preposterous. Breaking News: CBS News
  • Republicans in Congress are taking aim at the National Labor Relations Board, which issued a relatively minor proposed rule change allowing workers to vote on whether to unionize soon after a union has been proposed, rather than allowing employers to delay the vote for years. Robert Reich: Why the Republican War on Workers' Rights Undermines the American Economy
  • Leading the way has been the National Labor Relations Board, which is charged with overseeing collective bargaining in the private sector and like many independent agencies is structured to give a one-seat majority to the party of the president in power. Our modern twist on the old world political death spiral
  • A federal agency, the National Labor Relations Board, was established to oversee union elections and address unfair labor complaints.
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