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National Labor Relations Board

National Labor Relations Board

The NLRB is an independent federal agency created in 1935 to administer and enforce the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA), the primary federal statute governing labor-management relations in the private sector. The NLRA protects the right of employees to choose for themselves, without interference by employers or unions, whether to form, join, assist, or collectively bargain through a labor organization, and to otherwise join together for their mutual aid or protection, or to refrain from all such activity. The NLRB enforces these statutory rights to remedy the known inequality of bargaining power between employees and their employers, to promote the full freedom of association of workers, and to strengthen the Nation's economy by promoting the peaceful resolution of disputes that might otherwise cause disruptions to commerce. The NLRB is fully committed to cultivating and preserving a positive work culture that values difference, embraces a diverse workforce that promotes respect, and fosters a culture of belonging that allows our employees to maximize their potential. To view our Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility (DEIA) Strategic Plan, we welcome you to visit our website at www.nlrb.gov. View More Arrow

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Attorney-Adviser (Labor)
  • Full Time
  • Washington, DC
  • $82,764 - $128,956/year
  • $83K - $129K/year
May 14, 2024 Attorney Employment Law
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Attorney-Adviser (Labor)
  • Full Time
  • Washington, DC
  • $117,962 - $181,216/year
  • $118K - $181K/year
May 14, 2024 Attorney Employment Law
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