Emory Law Journal


As a result of having a full complement of NLRB members, this Essay asserts that the NLRB has become the premier administrative agency for addressing workplace matters across a broad spectrum of employee¿employer concerns. In this respect, the NLRB represents a super¿or über¿agency that points a spotlight on important workplace issues that no other administrative agency could or should address. With the five appointed members¿ outstanding expertise in labor law, as well as in broader workplace concerns under employment discrimination and employment law, these NLRB decisionmakers offer an unusual level of knowledge to operate on the front line in adjudicating perplexing issues that continue to evolve in the workplace.