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  2. Alternative: (1-866-667-6572)

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  4. Head Office Location: 10, Causeway Street, 601, Boston, MA 02222, Massachusetts, United States
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What is Massachusetts Labor Board in the Process of?

NLRB is also known as National Labor Relations Board, one of the self governing agency of the United States government. NLRB was formed on 5 July, 1935 as the implementing agency after the formation of long lasting federal labor policy and a new law the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA). NLRB is responsible for organizing elections for labor union and investigates and provides solution to the unfair labor practices. NLRB has nearly 30 residential, regional and sub-regional offices through out the United States. The National Labor Relations Board or NLRB is headquartered at Washington, D.