Retired NLRB Officials Decry GC's Proposed Reorganization

By Vin Gurrieri (February 13, 2018, 4:48 PM EST) -- Fifty-six retired National Labor Relations Board regional office leaders have asked general counsel Peter Robb to consider scrapping his reported plan to restructure the agency's field office system, saying his plan "clearly misses the mark," according to a letter obtained by Law360 on Tuesday.

The signatories to the Feb. 6 letter include regional directors from every presidential administration dating back to President Richard Nixon. They expressed concern with a plan recently shared by Robb with current regional directors that would add an additional layer of oversight to the agency's 26 regional offices and demote current regional directors to a lesser classification....

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