28, 2007): City/Region: A story on Page C1 on Sunday on a National Labor Relations Board decision in a case involving The Register-Guard's e-mail policy incorrectly stated the position of the National Employment Lawyers Association.
What does NELA stand for?
NELA stands for National Employment Lawyers Association
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We have 31 other meanings of NELA in our Acronym Attic
- New English Library (publishing)
- No-Evidence Limit (Insurance)
- Non Economic Loss (Workplace Safety and Insurance Act, RSO 1998, Canada)
- Non-English Language
- Nonenhancing Lesion
- North East Line (Singapore mass transit)
- NTT Electronics
- Number of Electrons (physics)
- NEU/ERB B2 Ligand Growth Factor
- National Education & Leadership Awards
- National Environmental Law Association (Australia)
- New England Library Association
- New England Livery Association
- Northeast Los Angeles (Los Angeles, CA)
- Northeastern Loggers' Association
- Northwest Education Loan Association
- Nuclear-Explosive-Like Assembly
- New England-Latin America Business Council (Harvard University; Cambridge, MA)
- National Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Conference
- Nebraska English Language Arts Council (National Council of Teachers of English; Lincoln, NE)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Steven Platt, former president of the National Employment Lawyers Association, expressed concerns.
Florida NELA is the state chapter of the National Employment Lawyers Association.
Paula Brantner of the National Employment Lawyers Association, suggests consulting a lawyer if your case involves anything related to severance pay or other benefits, whether you're going through mediation or arbitration.
The National Employment Lawyers Association (NELA) has called off a threatened boycott against a major provider of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) services after the company pledged not to handle cases in which employers force workers to give up legal rights.