Need to take a positive step on labor relations at work? But, do not know the right rule on saying yes or no on a labor deal.
Use the NLRB Mobile App anywhere you are. At the workplace. On the move. At home, looking ahead to a work meeting.
Learn The National Labor Relations Act
Workplace agreements on wages, hours, and standard work conditions get settled between business and labor when both sides know the rules on making a deal in the National Labor Relations Act of 1935. The rules looked up on the app on an iPhone or iPad, or an Android, can settle who has the legal guarantees to back up the labor negotiations position. After the mobile app was released by the NLRB in August in 2013, the NLRB Chairman Mark Pearce told the public of businesspeople and workers, “we are using 21st Century technology to inform and educate the public about the law and their rights.” App learning takes the place of the requests for helpful information called in, or sent in, to the NLRB that totaled 82,000 in 2012.
A little guidance on unionizing? The rules on holding a union election and checking the results can make work on unionizing productive.
Who Is The NLRB?
The five member National Labor Relations Board appointed by the U.S. President settles labor disputes one side, or both, makes a legal claim. Their decision is the official decision on The Act’s legal guarantees. Cases decided by the board end in sanctions against an employer or a union. Board investigators investigate the claim, and winners and losers on negotiations. Employers who refuse to bargain collectively and unions who coerce employees to join a union are typical law violators.
Using the app facts on worker rights and the rules the employer has to follow, plans workers make to bargain collectively with business management using a representative can move ahead a step, or, succeed in making a deal. No negotiations progress? The NLRB Guide has the right statements on the claims the Board takes.
Results To Count On
App users have an advantage. The information on claims an American can take action on can cut negotiations troubles short, and, make a case a good one. Americans with the law on their side can get a job back, or, get backpay from an employer who committed an unfair labor practice. Employers can get an official okay on a wages deal.
Do not stay ignorant on the facts the 2,000 people filing unfair labor practices a month and the 200 filing union representation requests a month need to know.
Instant App Downloads
Where can a mobile owner get their hands on an NLRB Guide? Iphone and iPad users download at the Apple App Store. Android users take the offer on joining the informed in the deal making world at Google Place.
NLRB Press Relase, Chairman Mark Pearce, National Labor Relations Board Launches Mobile App (august 30, 2013).
National Labor Relations Act of 1935, at NLRB webpage http://www.nlrb.gov/resources/national-labor-relations-act (February 5, 2014).