A state court dismissed a key union objection to a think tank’s effort to inform home health aides that they are not obligated to pay union dues.
Senator Bernie Sanders has lent his support to the unionization efforts of graduate students at the University of Chicago, as labor activists at his alma mater say the administration has been throwing up roadblocks ahead of a vote on the issue.
The United Auto Workers union says that the key to resolving trade deficits caused by the North American Free Trade Agreement is to boost wages in Mexico.
Charlene Carter worked loyally for Southwest Airlines for two decades but now finds herself in court fighting to win back the job she was fired from after confronting a union officer about its pro-abortion advocacy.
Hundreds of food service workers at Northeastern University could strike during a major Clinton Global Initiative event at the school.
Mark Janus is at the center of a potentially historic Supreme Court case that has led to him being characterized as a billionaire union-buster, rather than the child support specialist who just wants to have a choice of whether or not to join a union.
A veteran flight attendant at Southwest Airlines says she was fired from her job after speaking out about her faith and criticizing her union.
The Supreme Court on Thursday agreed to consider a case that could overturn a 40-year-old ruling that allows public sector unions to collect fees from workers who are not members.
President Donald Trump has waived the Jones Act for Puerto Rico, loosening shipping restrictions that officials said were hindering efforts to provide aid to the island in the wake of Hurricane Maria.
Liberal groups and election campaigns cashed in on about $765 million from union members’ paychecks, according to a new report.