Connecticut State Board of Labor Relations
The State Board of Labor Relations is
a quasi-judicial agency that investigates all petitions
and complaints, holds informal conferences with the
parties and attempts to mediate settlements. By this
process, most disputed questions or entire cases are
settled. Determinations are then made as to which cases
should be presented to the Labor Board.
The Board conducts
hearings and issues decisions. It also defines and
protects the statutory rights of public sector and some
private sector employees to form, join or assist labor
organizations. It also encourages and protects the right
of employees and employers to bargain collectively.
Board administers the major portion of four collective
bargaining statutes covering state and municipal
employees, public school teachers and certain
administrators and some private sector employees.