Here’s what the NLRB sent out about its revised website:
The National Labor Relations Board today announced the launch of a new agency website that is more flexible, timely, easy to navigate, and useful to a variety of audiences, from practitioners to first-time visitors.
The redesigned and re-imagined site, at www.nlrb.gov, builds on an overarching effort toward greater transparency and efficiency at the NLRB, which enforces federal labor laws covering most private sector employment.
Among highlights of the new site:
The new NLRB website is a reflection of Chairman Wilma Liebman’s advocacy for a more open and engaged agency. Other recent developments to that end include increased use of press releases to describe activities in Washington and the regions, a subscription service that allows users to choose email delivery of press releases, decisions and memos, and active Facebook and Twitter accounts.