Filing an Unfair Labor Practice Charge
Who May File. An injured party may file a charge alleging that a person(s) has engaged in or is engaging in an unfair labor practice. Such charge shall be filed in triplicate with the Board on forms provided by the Board.
Content of Charge. The charge shall contain the following information:
The name and address of the person making the charge;
The name and address of the person(s) against whom the charge is made;
A description of the nature of the business involved;
A clear and concise statement of the facts constituting each alleged violation followed by the specific section and subsection of the law allegedly violated. Such statements shall include the names of persons committing specific complained of acts and the dates when such acts allegedly occurred; and
The signature of the person filing the charge.
Supporting Data. At the time the charge is filed, the charging party shall submit a written statement setting forth its version of the relevant facts, including names, dates, and places, together with any documentary evidence which may be relevant to the issues raised by the charge.
Service of Charge. Concurrent with the filing of the charge, the filing party shall serve a copy of the charge upon the person against whom the charge is made and certify such service to the Board.
Filing fee. A filing fee of $300 must be paid at the time the charge is filed. Charges that are filed without a filing fee are subject to dismissal for that reason.