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In an analysis of the 2011 Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey, the National Labor Relations Board, the Railroad Retirement Board, and the Office of Management and Budget scored lowest in terms of employee satisfaction. I find this kind of ironic to be honest, do NLRB employees have a union I wonder ?


Employee confidentiality agreements may violate the National Labor Relations Act


You have the legal right under Section 7 of the National Labor Relations Act to join or support a union. Know our rights.


Some Democrats have objected but Republicans are set to approve a bill that exempts tribes and their enterprises from the National Labor Relations Act.

Rep. Kurt Schrader of Oregon was one of 24 Democrats who voted in favor of a bill that treats tribes the same as other governments under the National Labor Relations Act.


'Pay Secrecy' Policies At Work: Often Illegal, And Misunderstood

The National Labor Relations Act, also known as the "Wagner Act," became law in 1935. It's the basis for employees' rights to talk about wages with their coworkers.

Labor Laws Regulating Unionizing  (The National Labor Relations Act – Fair Labor Standards Act – Taft-Hartley Act) The National Labor Relations Act of 1935 was passed in 1935, while the Fair Labor Standards Act was passed in 1938. Both acts contained provisions that purposely “exempted agricultural and domestic labor” from unionizing,  according to the 2006 Ohio State University book …


After winning their union election in October, workers and community supporters believe that the firings and ongoing retaliation are violations of their rights under the National Labor Relations Act and that such actions taken by B&H signal that they are not negotiating for a fair contract in good faith. 225 Rabbis and Jewish leaders have pledged their support for the labor rights of B&H workers.

Cover of American Federation of Labor organizing leaflet which explained to workers their right to organize into unions of their choice, guaranteed by the National Labor Relations Act (Wagner Act) of 1935.


You Can’t Be Fired for Discussing Your Job on Facebook: The National Labor Relations Board on Dec. 14 said Hispanics United of Buffalo, Inc., a New York non-profit social services company, violated the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) by firing a group of employees for posting on Facebook about a co-worker who had accused them of not doing their jobs.