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NLRB Unveils 75th Anniversary Website

This summer, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) will be turning 75 years old. In celebration of this milestone, the NLRB has unveiled a 75th Anniversary website. Included among its many features are: a history of the NLRB, pictures and timelines, statement of employee rights, as well as a “fun and games” section which provides trivia and crossword puzzles.

Created as part of the National Labor Relations Act in 1935, the NLRB is charged with overseeing enforcement of the Act itself. Principally, the NLRB conducts elections for labor union representation and investigates and remedies unfair labor practices. Its jurisdiction is limited to private sector employers the U.S. Postal Service. The NLRB has 51 regional, sub-regional, or resident offices.

There are three regional offices and one resident office located in New York. They are:

Manhattan (Region 2)
26 Federal Plaza, Room 3614
New York, NY 10278-0104
Regional Director: Celeste Mattina

Buffalo (Region 3)
Niagara Center Building
130 S. Elmwood Avenue
Suite 630
Buffalo, NY 14202-2387
Regional Director: Rhonda P. Ley

Brooklyn (Region 29)
Two Metro Tech Center
100 Myrtle Avenue, 5th Floor
Brooklyn, NY 11201-4201
Regional Director: Alvin P. Blyer

Albany (Resident Office 3)
Leo W. O'Brien Federal Building
Clinton Ave and N Pearl Street - Room 342
Albany, NY 12207-2350
Resident Officer: Barnett Horowitz


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