A top federal labor arbiter ruled against a Michigan union for requiring photo identification to withdraw membership as the state became right to work.
The National Labor Relations Board is beginning to see a spike in union election petitions just six weeks after implementing controversial new rules critics say favors labor groups.
Minority small business owners have the most to lose if the Obama administration’s labor regulators do away with the franchise business model, according to a new report.
Senate Republicans grilled the nation’s top labor regulators for undermining long-standing labor laws to benefit unions on Thursday.
Alabama workers are being forced to take a fifth vote to kick out a local UAW chapter despite giving the union the boot in February.
The International Franchise Association plans on flooding Congress with small business owners over the summer to remind lawmakers about the consequences of regulatory targeting.
Veteran management-side labor attorneys say franchise businesses are facing a “perfect storm” of assault from labor regulators and unions.
A top federal labor arbiter is asking the D.C. Circuit Court to overrule 20 years of legal precedent via a rarely used procedure that would likely benefit labor unions.
The federal government’s top labor arbiter may use its regulatory power to force non-union employees in right to work states pay union dues.
The Obama administration is pressing ahead with new union election regulations that will require extra vigilance from employers, according to a leading labor attorney.