The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) is comprised of a team of professionals who work to assure fair labor practices and workplace democracy nationwide. The NLRB Public Website is a resource for lawyers, judges, journalist, and the public.
This Helpful Resources page is designed to acquaint users with layout of the homepage, how to login, and the many features of the website.
The following information provides a basic framework for navigating the NLRB Public Website.
Home Screen Elements:
1. User Menu
2. Eyebrow Menu
4. Download Tray
5. Board Decisions
6. Latest News
7. Latest Announcements
User Menu - Here you can take a look at who the NLRB is, what they do, and the rights they protect. You can also look into different cases and decisions. The News and Publications section is the place to find news about significant cases, settlements, complaints and decisions, as well as background material on the Agency and its leaders. You can also get access to guidance as well as reports generated by the NLRB.
Eyebrow Menu - This menu is where you can get quick access to the Regional Offices, FAQs, and the all the contacts at the NLRB. For our Spanish users, you can click on Español to view the entire website in the Spanish language. Lastly, you can sign into MyNLRB and add more personalization to the site.
Search - Clicking on search will let you look up any case. You can actually search for anything on the public website, like agency information, decisions, news, memos, motions, and weekly summaries.
Download Tray - This is where your larger data sets will show up so you can continue to use the site while they download in the background.
Board Decisions - Online NLRB decisions are offered in PDF format.
Latest News - News releases are issued in cases of national significance and to announce initiatives of the Board and General Counsel. Regional news highlights cases and initiatives of significance in the NLRB’s regional offices.
Latest Announcements - Announcements are notices of personnel and other administrative changes at the NLRB.