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Contacting Region 3 Staff during Phone System Transition

Region 3 is currently undergoing a transition of our phone system. If you are having difficulty reaching an individual board agent, please try the Region’s main line at
(716) 551-4931 or the Albany Resident Office’s main line at (518) 431-4155.

Welcome to Region 3 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 York state from our offices in Buffalo and Albany.

If you have questions or wish to file a charge or petition for election, please visit one of our offices 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 presentation by Albany Resident Officer Barney Horowitz on Recent Developments Under the NLRA Including:

 The Northwestern decision

 Catholic Bishop (jurisdiction over religiously affiliated educational institutions) and Yeshiva (the managerial status of professors)Adjunct Professors

 Graduates students and the Brown case 

Charter school jurisdiction, state or federal?

There is a lot happening in the private school arena with wide ranging impact so join us
DATE Tuesday, May 13 TIME 10 a.m. to 11:15 a.m.

In May 2013, the drivers at Hogan Transports, Inc. (Employer), a trucking company, began a union organizing campaign at their workplace in West Coxsakie, New York, with the assistance of Teamsters, Local 294, International Brotherhood of Teamsters (the Union).  A majority of employees signed union authorization cards and the Union filed a petition and sought to become the bargaining representative for the workers.

The National Labor Relations Board has ruled that a Phelps, New York, construction contractor violated federal labor law when it unilaterally stopped applying the terms and conditions of a collective-bargaining agreement reached between the Ironworkers union and an employers’ association to which the contractor belonged.

The Times Union of Albany has agreed to offer reinstatement to three employees and to pay more than $800,000 in backpay and interest to a total of 11 employees who were laid off by the newspaper in the fall of 2009 in order to settle a case taken up by the National Labor Relations Board.

In the first ruling of its kind, a National Labor Relations Board Administrative Law Judge has found that a Buffalo nonprofit organization unlawfully discharged five employees after they posted comments on Facebook concerning working conditions, including work load and staffing issues.  

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Regional Case Developments

Case Name Case Number Case Activity Issuance Datesort ascending
International Union of Electronic, Electrical Salaried, Machine and Furniture Workers, Communication 03-CB-146489 Administrative Law Judges Decision 04/22/2016
Michell Enterprise, LLC d/b/a McDonald's & McDonald's USA LLC as Joint Employer 03-CA-156992 Board Decision 04/21/2016
Armor Construction, LLC 03-CA-148130 Order Adopting in the Absence of Exceptions 03/21/2016
Baptist Health Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, Inc. 03-CA-153365 Administrative Law Judges Decision 03/11/2016
Rochester Gas & Electric Corporation 03-CA-025915 Board Decision 03/07/2016
Great Lakes Restaurant Management, LLC 03-CA-143685 Board Decision 02/23/2016
Riccelli Enterprises, Inc. 03-CA-130137 Board Decision 02/22/2016
Allways East Transportation, Inc. 03-CA-128669 Board Decision 02/17/2016
The Cement League 03-CA-126938 Board Decision 02/12/2016
Armor Construction, LLC 03-CA-148130 Administrative Law Judges Decision 02/12/2016

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