The Obama administration’s proposed overtime regulations could severely limit the autonomy of workers and employers, according to business groups and legislative critics.
Politico Pro Labor reporter Mike Elk renewed his effort to unionize the Arlington-based publication after Salon joined the Writers Guild on Thursday.
The Supreme Court will rule on laws designed to force public employees into unions in its 2016 session after accepting a suit from a California teacher Tuesday.
The Texas Supreme Court struck down as unconstitutional a costly licensing scheme for eyebrow threaders in a 6-3 ruling on Friday.
The Supreme Court ruled Thursday that racist intent is not necessary to prove accusations of racism in housing.
While Hillary Clinton has made a political career with the support of the financial sector, socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) has relied on labor.
Businesses in large cities across the country can escape onerous new regulations if they unionize thanks to carve-outs crafted by labor unions.
The New York City Council passed a bill Wednesday requiring car wash owners to purchase a $150,000 surety bond to operate in city limits. The massive hike could dramatically drive up prices and even force some businesses to close up shop.
A top federal labor arbiter ruled against a Michigan union for requiring photo identification to withdraw membership as the state became right to work.
A Pennsylvania high school teacher is suing the state’s largest teachers union for violating her right to free speech.
Linda Misja, a 35-year veteran high school teacher, alleges that the Pennsylvania State Education Association (PSEA) is discriminating against her by refusing to allow her to donate dues money to People Concerned for the Unborn Child, a pro-life charity.
Missouri’s second highest elected official blasted Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon for accepting lucrative union campaign donations after vetoing right to work legislation.