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Labor Law

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  • Federal Labor Relations AUthority
  • National Labor Relations Board
  • U.S. Department of Labor


  • Resources in this category:
       Guide for Hearing Officers in NLRB Representation and Section 10(k) Proceedings (September 1, 2003) (National Labor Relations Board Office of General Counsel)
    "One of the most important responsibilities of field employees is to serve as hearing officers in a representation case or 10(k) proceeding. The hearing officer must ensure that the hearing is conducted in accord with Agency procedures and that the resulting record is free of cumulative or irrelevant testimony yet sufficient to allow for an informed determination of disputed issues by the Board or the Regional Director. ..."

    "This Guide has been prepared by the Office of the General Counsel to provide guidance to hearing officers in conducting hearings in NLRB representation proceedings and Section 10(k) hearings.

    The Guide emphasizes techniques of conducting the hearing and developing a complete record. It is designed only to provide procedural and operational guidance to the Agency's staff and is not intended to be a compendium of substantive or procedural law, nor a substitute for knowledge of the law. Similarly, the Guide does not constitute rulings or directives of the Board or the General Counsel, and is not a form of authority binding on either the Board or General Counsel."

       National Labor Relations Board Division of Judges Bench Book (National Labor Relations Board)
    Also available in pdf format. 141 pages.
       National Labor Relations Board Fact Sheet (National Labor Relations Board)
    Answers the questions: What is the NLRB? What does the NLRB do? What is the NLRB's structure? How are unfair labor practice (ULP) cases processed? How are representation cases processed? What authority does NLRB have to secure injunctive relief from a court?
       National Labor Relations Board Frequently Asked Questions
    Includes: About the National Labor Relations Act, About the National Labor Relations Board, Collective Bargaining, Discrimination by an Employer, Discrimination by or Caused by Labor Organization, Domination or Illegal Support of Union by Employer, Filing a Petition with the Board, Hot Cargo and Featherbedding, Representation Elections, Restraint and Coercion by a Labor Organization, Strikes, Lockouts, and Picketing, and Workplace Issues Handled by Other Agencies
       National Labor Relations Board General Counsel Memoranda (National Labor Relations Board Office of General Counsel)
    Chronological listing of all NLRB General Counsel (GC) memoranda issued by the GC's office since 1995.
       National Labor Relations Board General Counsel Operations-Management (OM) Memoranda (National Labor Relations Board Office of General Counsel)
    "Chronological listing of all NLRB Operations-Management (OM) memoranda issued by the General Counsel's office" since 1995.
       National Labor Relations Board Office of General Counsel Advice Memoranda Released to the Public Since October 29, 1996 (National Labor Relations Board Office of General Counsel)
    "Two categories of advice memoranda are released to the public: those directing dismissal of the charge that are required to be released pursuant to NLRB v. Sears, Roebuck & Co., 421 U.S. 132 (1975), and those that are not required by law to be released but that have been released in the General Counsel's discretion."
       National Labor Relations Board Publications (National Labor Relations Board)
    Includes The NLRB--What it is, What it does, The First Sixty Years: The Story of the National Labor Relations Board, 1935-1995, Basic Guide to the National Labor Relations Act (also available in Chinese), Text of the National Labor Relations Act (also available in Chinese), The NLRB and You--Representation Cases, The NLRB and You--Unfair Labor Practices, Your Government Conducts an Election, Election Reports, and list of publications available in Spanish
       NLRB Casehandling Manual Part One -- Unfair Labor Practice Proceedings (November 1, 2002) (National Labor Relations Board)
    "This manual is in three parts. Part I relates to unfair labor practice proceedings; Part II relates to representation proceedings; Part III relates to compliance proceedings."
       NLRB Casehandling Manual Part Three - Compliance Proceedings (National Labor Relations Board)
    "This manual is in three parts. Part I relates to unfair labor practice proceedings; Part II relates to representation proceedings; Part III relates to compliance proceedings."
       NLRB Casehandling Manual Part Two - Representation Proceedings (National Labor Relations Board)
    "This manual is in three parts. Part I relates to unfair labor practice proceedings; Part II relates to representation proceedings; Part III relates to compliance proceedings."
       Wex: Collective Bargaining (Legal Information Institute)
       Wex: Labor Law (Legal Information Institute)

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