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Welcome to Region 1 of the National Labor Relations Board. We conduct elections, investigate charges of unfair labor practices, and protect the rights of workers to act together, serving most of New England from our offices in Boston and Hartford. If you have questions or wish to file a charge or petition for election, please visit our office or call and ask for the Information Officer on duty. We can arrange to have someone speak with you in the language of your choice. We are also happy to provide speakers and materials to promote a greater understanding of the National Labor Relations Act.

 

News From the Region

A National Labor Relations Board Administrative Law Judge ordered on Wednesday that two employees of the Connecticut Humane Society be reinstated and awarded backpay because they were unlawfully discharged following an organizing campaign.

A Connecticut nursing home operator has agreed to settle a National Labor Relations Board case involving multiple allegations of unlawful suspensions, discharges and unilateral changes by offering reinstatement and backpay to all discharged and striking workers and signing a new three-year collective bargaining agreement with its employees’ union, New England Health Care Employees Union District 1199, SEIU.

Faculty members represented by the American Federation of Teachers, Massachusetts, yesterday ratified a three-year collective bargaining agreement with The Longy School of Music in Cambridge, ending a long-running labor dispute and averting a trial before an NLRB Administrative Law Judge.

A lengthy labor dispute between the Westin Providence Hotel and the union that represents its workers has been resolved by a contract agreement between the parties, averting a trial before an NLRB Administrative Law Judge.

The contract, which gradually restores wages and benefits to levels they were at before the dispute, was overwhelmingly ratified by members of UNITE-HERE Local 217 on February 15. As a result, union officials yesterday withdrew all NLRB charges.

A settlement has been reached in a case involving the discharge of a Connecticut ambulance service employee for posting negative comments about a supervisor on her Facebook page. 

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Regional Case Developments

Case Name Case Numbersort ascending Case Activity Issuance Date
Ness Sanitary Wiper Co. 34-RD-000020 Board Decision 08/29/1949
Duke Power Co. 34-RD-000006 Board Decision 05/14/1948
Stamford Plaza Hotel and Conference Center and Stamford Plaza, LP, a joint and/or single employer 34-RC-081443 Board Decision 09/12/2012
Stamford Hospitality, LP, d/b/a Stamford Plaza Hotel and Conference Center, LP 34-RC-080390 Board Decision 09/11/2012
Stamford Hospitality, LP, d/b/a Stamford Plaza Hotel and Conference Center, LP 34-RC-080390 Board Decision 06/19/2012
Veolia Transportation, Inc. d/b/a GBT Access 34-RC-072660 Board Decision 03/14/2012
C & G Heating and Air Conditioning, Inc. 34-RC-002408 Board Decision 04/06/2011
Hebrew Home and Hospital, Inc. 34-RC-002407 Order Adopting in the Absence of Exceptions 01/12/2011
Mashantucket Pequot Gaming Enterprise d/b/a Foxwoods Resort and Casino 34-RC-002392 Board Decision 12/09/2010
Mashantucket Pequot Gaming Enterprise d/b/a Foxwoods Resort and Casino 34-RC-002392 Board Decision 07/30/2010

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