The National Labor Relations Board vacated a decision overturning one of the Obama administration’s most controversial rulings following an ethics complaint against a Trump appointee.
Public sector workers seeking to break ties with organized labor appeared before the Supreme Court on Monday seeking to overturn a 40-year-old rule mandating union fees.
A Trump-appointed labor arbiter is under fire for reversing one of the Obama administration’s most controversial rulings, leading to a conflict of interest complaint that could hinder future appointees.
The unions behind a failed challenge to Kentucky’s right-to-work law are appealing a state judge’s ruling on its constitutionality.
Labor’s pension crisis forces a family-owned business to shut its doors after workers voted to withdraw from their union, according to a report.
The National Restaurant Association and Restaurant Law Center are suing the city of New York to block a law that would force fast food restaurants to deduct money from employee paychecks and send it to nonprofit advocacy groups backed by labor unions, including the Fight for $15 movement, if workers agreed to the deductions.
A regional labor arbiter previously suspended for fundraising with labor unions is forcing Pennsylvania hospital workers to join a union, sparking protest from a group of employees.
Following eight years of Democratic dominance of the National Labor Relations Board, Republicans have the chance to roll back union gains following confirmation of Peter B. Robb as the agency’s top prosecutor.
A labor watchdog group filed a complaint with the IRS challenging a worker center’s non-profit status.
The Center for Union Facts lodged a complaint to the agency accusing the Coalition of Immokalee Workers (CIW) of being a union front group organized as a nonprofit in order to avoid federal labor regulations.
The House of Representatives passed a bill that could roll back Obama labor board’s crackdown on franchise businesses.