BALCA affirmed the denial of certification where the employer listed the name of the president of the company, but not name of the employer, on the Notice of Filing (NOF). Rejecting the employer’s harmless error argument, BALCA stated that, without the employer’s name in the NOF, “a person attempting to provide information to the Certifying Officer (CO) might not be able to inform the CO of the name of the employer as it appeared on the application.”

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PERM and Labor Certification Procedure must be exact