National Labor Relations Board

National Labor Relations Board

Le National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) est une agence indépendante du gouvernement des États-Unis chargée de conduire les élections syndicales et d'enquêter sur les pratiques illégales dans le monde du travail. Il se compose de cinq membres et d'un conseil général (General Counsel), tous désignés par le président américain avec l'accord du Sénat. Il fut fondé en 1934 pendant le New Deal par l'ordre exécutif 6763 de Franklin Delano Roosevelt.

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