The National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) covers all employers involved in interstate commerce, except airlines, railroads, agricultural operations and government entities, which are governed by other federal or state laws. However, the reach of the NLRA is subject to certain jurisdictional limits. For more information, see
For more detailed information on the NLRB, see
National Labor Relations Board Powers.
The NLRA is a federal law limiting how employers may react to employees who create labor unions, conduct collective bargaining, and take part in strikes and other forms of activity.