A state court dismissed a key union objection to a think tank’s effort to inform home health aides that they are not obligated to pay union dues.
A veteran flight attendant at Southwest Airlines says she was fired from her job after speaking out about her faith and criticizing her union.
Republicans hold majority on the nation’s top federal labor arbiter for the first time since 2007 after the Senate confirmed Trump nominee William Emanuel on Monday.
A union advocacy group is hiring an independent contractor to spearhead its campaign to raise the minimum wage for tipped workers despite its past criticism of businesses for using independent contractors.
Liberal groups and election campaigns cashed in on about $765 million from union members’ paychecks, according to a new report.
Labor unions are pressuring California lawmakers to curb tax breaks on electric vehicles in an effort to punish Tesla Motors for resisting a unionization campaign.
A secret memo circulating among Democrats on Capitol Hill attempts to portray legislation that would reverse an Obama-era regulation that threatened the franchise business model as bad for small business owners.
Big Labor is looking to exploit the devastation of Hurricane Harvey to raise money for its organizing efforts in Texas.
A federal appeals court ruled that a top labor regulator abandoned its mission as a neutral arbiter when it sanctioned a company for calling the police on union organizers for trespassing.
The Trump administration began the first ever renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement on Wednesday, hoping to fulfill one of the president’s chief campaign promises.