A judge in Wisconsin voided a teachers union contract that would have forced educators in the Kenosha Unified School District to pay dues as a condition of employment.
Residents hoping to hold Missouri government unions accountable for members doing union work on the taxpayer dime—a practice known as “release time”—have little recourse because of loopholes in public records laws, according to a new report.
The TED Magic becomes apparent when the decapitated head of Bina Rothblatt, wife of Sirius XM CEO Martine Rothblatt (née Martin), appears on a gigantic screen at the Vancouver Convention Centre (sic).
President Obama’s top labor prosecutor fumbled questions about the agency’s proposed reforms to the union election process during a House Appropriations subcommittee hearing on Tuesday.
Monica Lewinsky said Thursday during a TED Talk that her re-emergence in the public eye, which began with an essay published in Vanity Fair last June, and comes as Hillary Clinton prepares to run for president, is motivated by her desire to combat cyber bullying and “has nothing to do with politics.”
The suspension of a popular visa program by the Department of Labor following a court ruling has left many businesses without the labor force needed to perform seasonal tasks.
Wisconsin is on track to become the 25th right to work state after the state assembly passed legislation on Friday.
House Republicans are moving to block President Obama’s top labor arbiter from implementing new union election rules that would give labor groups an advantage in unionization campaigns.
A Pennsylvania nonprofit organization is suing a Philadelphia teachers union to end the practice of paying teachers to do union work on the taxpayer’s dime.
The head of the American Federation of Teachers claimed on Monday that she wanted to see bad teachers removed from classrooms despite previous defenses of teachers caught helping students cheat on tests and others who were inebriated in the classroom.