Government employees spent nearly 3.5 million hours conducting union business, costing taxpayers $162.5 million in 2014, according to a new report.
After a February general strike fizzled, labor groups claim several hundred thousand service workers across the nation will walk off the job on May 1 to protest the Trump administration.
Labor Secretary nominee Andy Puzder became the Trump administration’s first failed nomination after withdrawing his name from consideration for labor secretary on Wednesday.
Seattle labor groups used an anti-sexual harassment ballot initiative to tilt the scales for union workers, a tactic that labor watchdogs say could become more popular at the state and local level.
Seattle became the second city to adopt regulations that force businesses to give advanced scheduling notices to shift workers.
Nearly 30 percent of union members would opt out of their union if given the chance, according to a new survey.
Hillary Clinton embraced many of the issues pushed by labor unions on Wednesday in an attempt to woo supporters of insurgent socialist Bernie Sanders.
Obama administration regulators could cripple the growth of businesses that employ more than 8 million Americans.
The union representing TSA workers entered negotiations with the agency that are more focused on allowing workers to wear shorts than the staffing levels it now claims are responsible for wait times that have caused thousands of passengers to miss their flights.
Sen. Michael Bennet was the only Democrat in Colorado not to be endorsed by the largest union in the state.