The Supreme Court ruled that President Obama violated the Constitution when he maintained an acting agency appointment after the Senate refused to confirm him.
Labor groups have enjoyed greater success in organizing campaigns since the Obama administration implemented controversial union election rules that shortened election timelines.
The Senate voted to roll back an Obama executive order that would have shut out businesses undergoing labor disputes from obtaining federal contracts.
The nation’s top labor arbiter struck down a Michigan union’s attempt to skirt right-to-work laws in a bipartisan ruling.
President Donald Trump elevated the National Labor Relation Board’s lone Republican member to be chairman of the nation’s top labor arbiter after eight years of Democratic control.
A labor group filed an unfair labor practice charge against the Trump Winery without receiving any complaints from workers, just months after lodging a complaint against the Trump campaign.
The National Labor Relations Board, a federal labor arbiter, ordered the Postal Workers Union to return more than $700,000 to about 7,000 workers who lost job opportunities to outsourcing.
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.”