National Labor Relations Board Acting General Counsel Peter Sung Ohr two weeks ago issued a new Memorandum (GC 21-03) to the NLRB field offices significantly adjusting agency enforcement priorities under Section 7 of the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA). GC 21-03 points to the increased workplace health and safety issues relating from the COVID-19 pandemic as well as employees’ political and social justice advocacy concerns as factors necessitating increased enforcement of the NLRA. The new enforcement priorities highlighted in GC 21-03 stand in stark contrast to those implemented under former NLRB General Counsel Peter Robb, who was fired by President Biden for not resigning when it was requested by the new administration. Robb had been appointed by President Trump for a term that was not scheduled to end until this coming November. In light of the issuance of GC 21-03, employers should ensure that employee handbooks have been thoroughly reviewed by employment counsel and that they are in compliance with the NLRA. There will certainly be significantly more NLRB enforcement oversight to come.