By Braden Campbell (December 10, 2018, 9:53 PM EST) -- The National Labor Relations Board is aiming to cut the time it takes to resolve labor disputes by a fifth over the next four years, according to a strategic plan the agency released Friday.
The NLRB's FY 2019-FY 2022 plan calls on the agency's personnel, ranging from regional officials to the five-member board itself, to up their case-handling speed by 5 percent annually for a cumulative 20 percent reduction in the time it takes for labor charges to move through each stage of the dispute resolution process.
This process includes evaluating stakeholders' unfair labor practice charges, litigating the complaints agency officials...
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