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National Labor Relations Act (Wagner Act) of 1935

National Labor Relations Act (Wagner Act) of 1935 means prohibits management from interfering with attempting to influence, or punishing employee’s union organizing activities: requires management to bargain in good faith: establishes the 5-member National Labor Relations Board to supervise employee elections for union representation, and to prevent and remedy unfair labor practices by either employers or unions.

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