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Contacting Region 14 Staff during Phone System Transition

Region 14 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
(314) 539-7770, the Overland Park Subregional Office at (913) 967-3000, or the Tulsa Resident Office at (918) 581-7952.

Welcome to Region 14 of the National Labor Relations Board. We conduct elections, investigate charges of unfair labor practices, and protect the rights of workers to act together from our main office in St. Louis, MO, and sub-regional office in Overland Park, KS. If you have questions or wish to file a charge or petition for election, please visit our office 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.

SEEKING VOLUNTARY FIELD EXAMINER INTERNS
This Regional Office participates in the NLRB’s Volunteer Field Examiners Program for undergraduate and graduate students.  The Volunteer FX interns assist in conducting unfair labor practice investigations, arranging representation elections, conducting elections and performing basic legal research. Volunteer Interns will work directly with agents and report to a supervisor who will guide them in handling case work and investigations. Interns may be briefed by senior officials from throughout the Region and Agency about the NLRB and the NLRA. Interns will be asked to produce written work products summarizing the results of investigations along with recommendations.  The Agency will work closely with participating schools to ensure class credit where permitted or desired and will provide on-the-job training as well as training on the NLRB through live and video presentations of the Agency’s Summer Intern Program and regularly scheduled Board Agent training.  Please click on the following link: Student Positions - Pathways and volunteer for more information.  

News From the Region

An extended stay hotel that refused to negotiate with the union that represents its workers, fired its two union employees, and contracted out their work was ordered by a federal judge to offer reinstatement to the workers and recognize and bargain with their union.

A federal judge has ordered mine operator Big Ridge, Inc. to reinstate an employee who was an outspoken supporter of the United Mine Workers of America and was fired two days after a contentious union election.

Employees at the National Beef Packing Co. plant in Dodge City, Kansas, have voted in favor of union representation in a two-day NLRB-supervised secret ballot election.

The tally of ballots, released early Saturday, Nov. 5, was 1,292 in favor of representation by the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union, and 824 opposed.

American Directional Boring, a Missouri company that installs cable and fiber optics, has paid $262,500 to eight former employees who were fired for trying to organize a union at the company’s St. Louis facility. The company also agreed to significant remedies, including granting access and providing employee names to union organizers.  

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Regional Case Developments

Case Name Case Number Case Activity Issuance Datesort descending
United States Vanadium Corp. 17-R-000688 Board Decision 10/28/1943
Brown Shoe Co. 14-R-000774 Board Decision 10/30/1943
Brayton Flying Service, Inc. 14-R-000755 Board Decision 11/06/1943
Wagner Electric Corp. 14-R-000773 Board Decision 11/11/1943
St. Joseph Lead Co. 14-R-000760 Board Decision 11/16/1943
Aaron Ferer & Sons, Inc. 14-R-000768 Board Decision 11/19/1943
Nebraska Defense Corp. 17-R-000719 Board Decision 11/22/1943
Hopkinsville Clothing Manufacturing Co. 14-R-000788 Board Decision 11/23/1943
Owens-Illinois Glass Co. 14-R-000783 Board Decision 12/04/1943
Illinois Knitting Co. 14-R-000799 Board Decision 12/07/1943

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