One of the most powerful hotel unions in the country disowned workers at a New Jersey Holiday Inn rather than risk an election defeat.
Fewer than 600 of Pennsylvania’s 105,000 teachers have ever had the opportunity to vote in a union election, according to a new study.
A Michigan union fired back at workers who dropped off the membership rolls by urging its members to isolate them at work.
Coercive unionism took center stage at the Supreme Court on Monday, as judges grilled labor lawyers on the merits of automatic union membership as a condition of public sector employment.
Some of the largest and most influential trade unions in the country are calling out Democrats for boosting guest worker programs and open borders policies.
Labor Secretary Tom Perez endorsed Hillary Clinton for president despite his own employee’s qualms with her private email server, as well as her past support for outsourcing and other policies at odds with the labor movement.
The largest teachers unions in the United States are spending millions on luxury hotels, limo services, and overseas trips, according to a new report.
Union front groups say they will protest outside more than 2,000 Walmart locations on Friday, but labor critics do not expect to find too many workers in their midst.
One of the nation’s largest unions accused President Obama of betraying workers and the labor movement by blocking the Keystone Pipeline and is backing up its rhetoric with campaign donations to Republicans.