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.
President Obama vetoed a resolution that would have protected employers from proposed regulations speeding up union elections on Tuesday.
The National Labor Relations Board conducted a training seminar for its new union election rules at a New York City union office and is moving forward despite opposition from lawmakers and employers.
President Obama’s top labor prosecutor fumbled questions about the agency’s proposed reforms to the union election process during a House Appropriations subcommittee hearing on Tuesday.
Senate Republicans hope to use their new majority to rein in President Obama’s National Labor Relations Board.
The National Labor Relations Board took another step toward eliminating the franchise business model on Friday, opening the doors for unionization at some of America’s largest employers.
Employers and worker advocates are blasting the National Labor Relations Board for tilting the union election process in Big Labor’s favor on Friday.
The federal government’s top labor arbiter has seen its budget skyrocket even as its caseload plummeted to record lows over the past three decades, according to a new study.