After a slow start, President Trump is taking the steps to fill more slots at various agencies, including the National Labor Relations Board. On June 20, he announced the nomination of attorney Marvin Kaplan to fill one of the two open NLRB seats that are expected to go to Republican nominees. As reported previously, Mr. Kaplan is counsel for a commissioner at the Occupational Safety Health and Review Commission, which hears OSHA matters. Earlier this week, the Administration announced the nomination of William Emanuel, a management-side labor and employment lawyer, to fill the other vacancy. After the nominees’ anticipated confirmation by the Senate, the Board will have a Republican majority. Chairman Philip Miscimarra, a Republican appointed by President Obama, has a term ending in December 2017. The two Members who are Democrats have terms that expire after his. Chairman Miscimarra could accept another term if nominated.