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Significant NLRB Rulings

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The NLRB is an appointed body whose members are nominated by the president of the United States and confirmed by Senate. There are four board members who each serve a five-year term and one general counsel who serves a four-year term. The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) is an agency of the United States government that was created by Congress to administer the NLRA. This agency has two main functions - Prevent and remedy unfair labor practices. And, decide whether groups of employees want labor union representation. The NLRB’s position on workplace issues is often influenced by national politics and executive branch priorities. The current board has issued far-reaching decisions that impact many aspects of employment policies and practices, particularly in nonunion settings. These rulings by the labor board highlight the need for companies to maintain effective two-way communication with their workers and to address workplace issues promptly and fairly. Companies that fail to establish good employee relations programs may find that their employees turn to labor unions to resolve their problems.
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