A Michigan electrical worker filed formal labor charges against a major union because of onerous withdrawal procedures implemented in response to the passage of right to work laws.
The Obama administration is pressing ahead with new union election regulations that will require extra vigilance from employers, according to a leading labor attorney.
A bipartisan group of congressmen are rallying behind Israel as reports indicate that the White House may embrace a France-sponsored United Nations Security Council resolution that would “meddle” in direct negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians.
Labor giant SEIU spent more than $100 million on union overhead and political activities in 2014, according to federal labor filings released Tuesday evening.
President Obama vetoed a resolution that would have protected employers from proposed regulations speeding up union elections on Tuesday.
The National Labor Relations Board conducted a training seminar for its new union election rules at a New York City union office and is moving forward despite opposition from lawmakers and employers.
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.