Changes in the NLRB, and the USDOL websites

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Changes in the NLRB, and the USDOL websites

Post  JoeC (McGruff) on Tue Apr 13, 2010 3:18 pm

I always hate it when you finally figure out how a government website works, then the agency turns around and changes it. However there are a few welcome changes that have been added to two agency websites, the NLRB and the DOL. The NLRB still maintains their home here and have added a 75 year anniversary site here . Among the links are a history of the NLRB, with pictures; a statement of employee rights, a calendar of anniversary events, a regional office finder, and a "fun and games" section (the trivia questions are tough). It's still a work in progress, but it looks good.

The DOL website changes are as follows:
Enforcement data:

Coming soon button:

Search Tab:

The DOL has posted this on the site:
This site aims to make the enforcement data, collected by these agencies in the exercise of their mission, accessible and searchable, using common search criteria, by the public. It intends, also,
to engage the public in new and creative ways of using this data. It is a work in progress, and
new features, functionality, and search criteria will be added over time. It is foremost
our invitation to you, the American public, to engage with us, and react to this first iteration of our work by telling us what you think and what you would like to see here.
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