Labor lawyers and a pair of North Carolina congressmen are pressuring the National Labor Relations Board to look elsewhere as it goes about the business of studying which regional offices can be closed.
The NLRB is conducting a review of its Region 11 office in Winston-Salem, which serves North Carolina, South Carolina and parts of Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia. Under pressure to cut costs, and facing a changing employment landscape, the board is considering downsizing the office and consolidating it with another region. That has area labor and employment attorneys scratching their heads.
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