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Learn About the National Labor Relations Board

NLRB PAGE.JPGEver wonder what the National Labor Relations Board does? It's the federal agency that handles disputes related to the National Labor Relations Act, including the rights of both employers and employees. You can learn about workplace rights, case procedures, and file a complaint or petition against an employer or union online.

The NLRB has created two new videos to help the public learn more about the organization and its website features. The first, a Site Tour, helps people learn about the organization and what the website offers, such as filing case documents online. The second, Using CiteNet, instructs people in how to search the Classified Index of NLRB Board Decisions by unique subject heading, digest, or case number.

The Utah State Law Library has print volumes of National Labor Relations Board decisions, which we receive as a Federal Depository Library, spanning from 1942 to 2008. If you can't come into the library, you can browse volumes online and read any full text opinion from 1936-present.


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