What is NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS ACT (NLRA)?

Designed to protect employee and employer rights, encourage collective bargaining, and prohibit particular management policies detrimental to the healthy of businesses, workers, and the US economy. Enacted by Congress in 1935.

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