National Labor Relations Board

Enforcing labor laws in relation to collective bargaining and unfair labor practices since 1935.

NLRB

The National Labor Relations Board was founded on July 5, 1935 and was founded for the recovery of workers.

By: Izzy Kvale

DEFICIT SPENDING
FEDERAL SECURITIES ACT
FRANKLIN ROOSEVELT
GLASS STEAGALL ACT
NEW DEAL
PARITY
SOCIAL SECURITY ACT
WAGNER ACT

NLRB Description

 

 

 

 

The National Labor Relations Board is a federal agency that safeguards employees' rights. They have the power to organize and determine whether or not to have unions as employees' bargaining representative. They also act to prevent and fix unfair labor practices committed by private sector employers and unions. Today, more than 90% of all unfair labor practices are filed with the NLRB. 

Fast Facts:

  • FDR had a half-brother named Rosy that was the same age as FDR's mother.
  • FDR enjoyed collecting stamps for nearly all his life.
  • He dropped out of law school.
  • His wife was actually his fifth cousin.
  • FDR made history in 1933 by appointing a cabinet secretary position to a woman.
  • He was the longest-serving American president.
  • Theodore Roosevelt was FDR's fifth cousin.
  • He ran for vice president in 1920.
  • He contracted polio and was paralyzed after diagnosed with it.

The Role Of Government

Government Spending

Populations Affected

Unemployment Rate

Confidence-Building

Income Per Capita

GDP

Companies with unfair labor practices