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[IWS] NLRB: GRAPHS & DATA and ELECTION REPORTS
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Institute for Workplace Studies-----------------Professor Samuel B. Bacharach
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National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)
GRAPHS & DATA
The National Labor Relations Board has counted millions of votes, investigated hundreds of thousands of charges, and issued thousands of decisions. The numbers tell an important part of the Agency’s story. In this section, we have compiled some of that data into charts and tables, organized into five sections that reflect the NLRB’s work. Over time, we plan to add more graphics to this section, and welcome your comments and suggestions email@example.com(link sends e-mail).
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The following reports list all elections conducted in the NLRB’s regions. Elections are counted in the month in which the outcome is certified. The reporting format changed as of April 2011, when regions moved to a new case processing system. Monthly reports are in PDF format, and quarterly/yearly data, where available, is in Excel.
§ FY 2015
§ FY 2014
§ FY 2013
§ FY 2012
§ FY 2011
§ FY 2010
§ FY 2009
§ 2008 *
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