The federal labor board will likely be restructured without some of the drastic changes previously said to be under consideration, NLRB general counsel Peter Robb said June 7.
Robb said he’s not planning for a mass demotion of career senior executives. He also doesn’t expect to consolidate the agency’s considerable enforcement powers in a handful of officials in the agency’s headquarters.
“I don’t anticipate consolidating regions,” Robb said. “My view is that the regional structure is what all of you and practitioners around the country are used to” and “they work fine.”
Robb was considering nixing a number of the ...