National Labor Relations Board, General Counsel and National Labor Relations Board, Region 29

 



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The decision of the Authority follows:


 1 FLRA No. 28
                                            APRIL 27, 1979
 
 MR. BRUCE D. ROSENSTEIN
 OFFICE OF THE GENERAL COUNSEL
 NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD
 WASHINGTON, D.C.  20570
 
                           RE:  NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD AND 
                                ITS GENERAL COUNSEL AND NATIONAL 
                                LABOR RELATIONS BOARD, REGION 29, 
                                A/SLMR No. 1143, FLRC No. 78A-161
 
 DEAR MR. ROSENSTEIN:
 
    THE AUTHORITY HAS CAREFULLY CONSIDERED YOUR PETITION FOR REVIEW AND
 REQUEST FOR A STAY OF THE ASSISTANT SECRETARY'S DECISION, AND THE
 UNION'S OPPOSITION THERETO, IN THE ABOVE-ENTITLED CASE.
 
    IN THIS CASE, LOCAL 29, NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD UNION (IND.)
 (THE UNION) FILED AN UNFAIR LABOR PRACTICE COMPLAINT ALLEGING THAT THE
 NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD AND ITS GENERAL COUNSEL AND NATIONAL
 LABOR RELATIONS BOARD, REGION 29 (THE AGENCY) VIOLATED SECTION 19(A)(1)
 OF THE ORDER BY A SUPERVISOR'S INTERROGATION OF A UNION OFFICER
 REGARDING HIS REASONS FOR SIGNING A LETTER SENT BY THE UNION TO THE
 GENERAL COUNSEL OF THE AGENCY.
 
    THE ESSENTIAL FACTS, AS FOUND BY THE ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGE (ALJ),
 AND ADOPTED BY THE ASSISTANT SECRETARY, ARE AS FOLLOWS:  THE UNION, IN
 RESPONSE TO AN ANNOUNCEMENT BY REGION 29 (THE ACTIVITY) THAT AN EMPLOYEE
 WHO WAS SERVING AS AN ACTING SUPERVISOR WOULD BE