An employer, a union or an individual can file unfair labor practice charges with the Board’s regional office for the region in which the unfair labor practice has occurred. When an unfair labor practice charge is filed, the appropriate regional office conducts an investigation to determine whether there is reasonable cause to believe the NLRA has been violated. If the regional director determines that the charge lacks merit, it will be dismissed unless the charging party decides to withdraw the charge. A dismissal may be appealed to the General Counsel’s office in Washington, D.C.
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