President Barack Obama’s top labor arbiters have overturned a cumulative 4,500 years of legal precedent over the past eight years, according to a new study.
A federal judge on Friday ordered the nation’s top labor arbiter to pay a company’s legal fees after the agency engaged in “administrative hubris” and “bad faith litigation.”
Federal labor law has long tolerated rough words in picket lines, but a federal judge once considered a prospective Obama Supreme Court appointee is asking regulators to crack down on “racial and misogynistic epithets.”
The National Labor Relations Board’s decision to allow graduate student unionization has inspired other universities to organize unions and could re-open the door to the unionization of NCAA athletes.
The federal government’s top labor arbiter reversed a 12-year-old precedent to allow graduate students at private universities to organize labor unions on Tuesday.
Federal labor regulators sanctioned an Ohio labor union for violating the rights of workers at CVS.
The Republican platform says that the party will support right to work laws at the state and federal level, as well as roll back stringent regulations adopted by the Obama administration.
The Obama administration’s top labor arbiters handed organized labor another major victory that will ease the path to unionization for temporary workers and expand the definition of joint employer.
A federal appeals court upheld a labor regulation that employers say tilts the scales in election toward unions.
A New York City union violated federal labor law when it threatened to sue members petitioning to withdraw their membership.