As the federal agency charged with being the fair and impartial arbiter of the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) within the United States, the NLRB is expanding enforcement of employee rights as articulated by the NLRA beyond the national boundaries. Toward that end, NLRB General Counsel Jennifer Abruzzo this week announced that her office had entered into Letters of Arrangement (LOA) with three Central American countries. Under the three-year LOAs signed on Monday of this week, the NLRB will work closely with the embassy and regional consulates of Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras to ensure that immigrant workers from each of the signatory countries have direct access to the offices of the NLRB and that designated embassy staff can provide complaints alleging NLRA violations directly to the appropriate regional or national NLRB office. Abruzzo previously entered into a similar LOA with Mexico last September. Under former General Counsel Richard Griffin (2013-2017), similar LOAs, albeit without a sunset date, were signed with each of the governments of Ecuador, the Philippines, and Columbia.