National Labor Relations Board Chairman Lauren McFerran said on Monday that she is committed to rebuilding the agency's capacity and to responding to a report from the US Government Accountability Office which states that the agency's staff has decreased significantly between fiscal years 2010 and 2019. report on Monday that the number of NLRB employees decreased by 26% to 1,281 during the 2019 financial year from 1,733 during the 2019 financial year, which stakeholders partly attributed to a decrease of 22% in the NLRB's case.
The report said that staff reductions were about four times greater, or 33% compared to 8%, in the NLRB's regional offices, where cases originate, than in the head office.
The report also stated that the NLRB's appropriations decreased by around 1
Ms. McFerran, a Democrat appointed by President Biden as chairman in January, said in a statement: "The lack of resources on the board and the significant reduction in staff at our regional offices in recent years should be alarming to anyone who cares about the NLRB mission.
"Rebuilding the agency's capacity is crucial to our ability to revitalize the administration" and enforce the National Labor Relations Act, "and I am determined that the goal will be to advance." The GAO report states that data from the Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey during the 2019 financial year showed that NLRB employees were increasingly dissatisfied with management. The report said that the agency was last ranked by 17 medium-sized organizations that participated in the survey on 10 of 11 related issues. has taken its toll on NLRB employees.
“My priority is to fix the ship and build our sense of community at the agency so that our dedicated public servants feel appreciated for their hard work. When employees, inside and outside the agency, are treated with dignity and their work is respected, we will be in a better position to achieve the NLRA's mission. ”
Herr. Ohr, a career employee of the NLRB, was appointed acting general counsel in January, after President Biden fired the NLRB general counsel Peter B. Robb and then acting general counsel Alice B. Stock, when they refused to resign. Catalog