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National Labor Relations Board

Also called the NLRB. An agency of the U.S. federal government that monitors union elections and guards against unfair labor practices such as featherbedding or employer discrimination against union members. It also serves as an administrative court for labor disputes. The NLRB consists of five members, appointed by the president and confirmed by the Senate to a five-year term. It was established by executive order in 1934.
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Ninety Thorpe jewelry workers struck the Deadwood facility April 28, 1991 after the majority voted for the USWA in a National Labor Relations Board election, and management refused to bargain in good faith with the all-female workforce.
The USW and the AFL-CIO are deeply concerned with the decisions rendered today by the National Labor Relations Board on whether employees are to be considered 'supervisors' under the National Labor Relations Act, excluded from the benefits of unionizing and collective bargaining -- a decision which could affect the right of millions of workers in the U.
The National Labor Relations Board has recognized the company's position that the company has acted properly in the implementation of the final offer,'' LeResche said.
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also agreed to drop its appeal of prior union votes with the National Labor Relations Board and the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals.
The bishops affirmed the resolution of the Episcopal Church's executive council which "deplores reprisals taken against workers who exercise their rights to initiate collective bargaining" and "calls upon corporate leaders to respect the letter and spirit of the National Labor Relations Board.
Gourley's practice also includes traditional labor law, including representing employers before the National Labor Relations Board, in arbitrations, collective bargaining, union campaigns and preparing union plans for federal contractors.
He said the NABET votes are under review by the National Labor Relations Board for certification and that Monday's protest was an attempt by the unions to ``move forward their position.
But because none of the three employees agreed to the so-called "arbitration," Foundation attorneys filed unfair labor practice charges against Local 951 with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), stating that the warehousemen had been over-charged.
In charges filed with the National Labor Relations Board, the union contends that the hospital unlawfully offered terms and conditions of employment directly to its employees without first bargaining over those terms and conditions with the employees' representatives, and that the hospital has illegally interrogated, threatened and coerced employees to try and dissuade them from exercising their right to strike.
If the newspapers reject the offer, the unions say they will ask the National Labor Relations Board to seek a federal injunction to immediately return them to their jobs.
WASHINGTON, June 29 /PRNewswire/ -- The National Labor Relations Board filed a contempt petition on June 28, 1994, against the Radisson Plaza Hotel of Minneapolis, for violating a judgment entered on March 15, 1993, by the U.

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