29 CFR 104.211 - What are the procedures for filing a charge?

§ 104.211 What are the procedures for filing a charge?
(a) Filing charges. Any person (other than Board personnel) may file a charge with the Board alleging that an employer has failed to post the employee notice as required by this part. A charge should be filed with the Regional Director of the Region in which the alleged failure to post the required notice is occurring.
(b) Contents of charges. The charge must be in writing and signed, and must be sworn to before a Board agent, notary public, or other person authorized to administer oaths or take acknowledgements, or contain a declaration by the person signing it, under penalty of perjury, that its contents are true and correct. The charge must include:
(1) The charging party's full name and address;
(2) If the charge is filed by a union, the full name and address of any national or international union of which it is an affiliate or constituent unit;
(3) The full name and address of the employer alleged to have violated this part; and
(4) A clear and concise statement of the facts constituting the alleged unfair labor practice.
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