The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) blasted the Obama administration’s new standards for coal plant emissions on Monday, saying they will hamper job growth and U.S. energy independence and raise electricity prices.
The House Committee on Education and the Workforce is demanding that the Department of Labor surrender legal documents related to an Obamacare regulation allegedly designed to provide health care subsidies for union members.
New Labor Department regulations on personal caretakers threaten to drive seniors from their homes and slash work hours for workers in the field, according to critics.
General Motors (GM) employees have reportedly flooded the comments sections of car blogs to boost the company’s reputation, according to a report.
More than 400 labor officials earned more than a quarter of a million dollars in salary in 2012, according to a new study.
A business’ attempt to collaborate with workers may provide an auto union a long-sought foothold in right-to-work Tennessee, which experts suggested could end up hurting employees.
United Auto Worker Region 8 director Gary Casteel claimed that a majority of the 2,500 workers at Volkswagen’s Chattanooga manufacturing facility had signed card check forms, which would grant the union exclusive representation rights at the facility.
A New York City judge has awarded strippers the right to a minimum wage for dancing on stage in minimum clothing.
The head of the AFL-CIO proposed the creation of formal partnerships with a variety of liberal special interest groups in the hopes that they will rally behind labor’s political agenda during the group’s national convention in Los Angeles on Sunday.
Obamacare’s union critics are lobbying the administration to open up nearly $187 billion in federal subsidies to unions’ healthcare plans, according to a new study.
Former Obama National Labor Relations Board member Craig Becker joined AFL-CIO head Richard Trumka onstage at the labor behemoth’s national conference.