An independent auditor ruled that the Teamsters were wrong to drop charges against an official who accepted tickets to Playboy’s Super Bowl Party from a company that employed union workers.
A California educator who was once laid off shortly after receiving her school’s Teacher of the Year Award is now at the center of a court case that could challenge one the state’s most powerful unions.
Employers can now find themselves liable for unfair labor practice charges for text messages sent to workers during union organizing campaigns after a historic ruling by the nation’s top federal arbiter.
The woman at the center of the forced dues case that deadlocked in the Supreme Court in 2016 hopes that two new legal challenges can overturn mandatory union representation for government employees.
The Supreme Court could revisit a 40-year-old precedent that allows government agencies to force public sector workers to pay union dues, an issue the court deadlocked on in 2016 following the sudden death of Antonin Scalia.
One of the nation’s most influential labor unions spent $20 million more on politics than it did representing the interests of its members in 2016, according to its federal labor filing.
Nearly eight in ten business leaders say they prefer operating in right-to-work states, according to a new study.
A Wisconsin union threatened a worker’s job after he attempted to opt out of political spending, according to federal charges filed with the National Labor Relations Board.
Graduate students and labor activists from across the country plan to picket Yale’s graduation ceremony on Monday in support of graduate students trying to form a union.
Leading union officials earned an average salary of $252,370 in 2016, outpacing the average salary of private sector chief executives, according to a new report.