The Supreme Court ordered the Service Employees International Union to provide briefs in a case that threatens to put an end to laws forcing dues payments from government workers.
An influential union dropped its bid to create the nation’s first union of resident advisers in the country on the eve of its groundbreaking vote.
A group accused of operating as a union front shares its headquarters with one of New York City’s most powerful labor unions.
Labor giant Service Employees International Union spent $60 million on politics and lobbying as well as $19 million on the Fight for 15 movement in 2016, and now finds itself laying off headquarters staff.
Fast food executive and former Labor Secretary nominee Andy Puzder said that opposition groups threatened his family during the confirmation process.
A protest organized by union leaders in California carried on even after neighbors and police told the protestors that they were at the wrong house, and that Rep. Steve Knight (R., Calif.) and his family had moved months ago.
The Texas chapter of one of the nation’s most powerful unions filed for bankruptcy after losing a multi-million dollar lawsuit for a smear campaign against a Houston janitorial company.
Texas’ Service Employees International Union will have to pay nearly $8 million to a janitorial company in connection to a multi-year smear campaign after a district court judge dismissed its bid for a retrial.
A Washington state union has spent nearly $2 million to pass a ballot initiative that would alter public records law to make it harder for home healthcare workers to halt union due payments.
Home health aides in Illinois are fighting to recoup $32 million that was taken out of their paychecks in a coercive unionization scheme that the Supreme Court declared unconstitutional.