One of President Obama’s invitees at his worker summit is hoping to educate policymakers about the franchising model targeted by labor regulators.
From racketeering to bribery and money laundering, 2015 has been a banner year for union malfeasance, according to a top labor watchdog.
The Workforce Fairness Institute is celebrating Labor Day by counting down 2015’s best examples of “union thuggery.”
Franchisees are calling on lawmakers to act to prevent a top labor regulator from targeting their business model and eliminating their autonomy.
The National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB) Thursday decision to crack down on franchising is the first of many moves the Obama administration is making to help unions organize and grow, according to a new report.
President Obama’s top labor arbiter dealt a blow to the franchise business model on Thursday.
New regulations proposed by Obama labor arbiters could strip entrepreneurs of the flexibility they need to survive, according to the business community.
The tenure of the former acting general counsel of the National Labor Relations Board was invalid while his nomination to permanently fill the post was pending, a U.S. appeals court said on Friday, potentially upending dozens of cases.
A group of cameramen and other technical staffers at the Golf Channel will have the opportunity to break ties with big labor next week after a federal labor arbiter dismissed union objections.
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.