National Labor Relations Board

Definition of "National Labor Relations Board"
  1. An independent commission established in 1935 under the Wagner Act, consisting of five members named by the President and approved by the Senate. The role of the National Labor Relations Board is to safeguard employees' rights to form unions, regulate and stop inappropriate actions by employers or unions, and supervise union and organizing elections
How to use "National Labor Relations Board" in a sentence
  1. The National Labor Relations Board intervened in the dispute between the company and its employees to oversee the union election.
  2. The company was brought before the National Labor Relations Board for allegations of suppressing union activities.
  3. Upon discovery of the employers' unfair labor practices, the workers filed a complaint with the National Labor Relations Board.

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