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.
United Auto Workers (UAW) president Dennis Williams called the bribery allegations brought against the widow of a former union executive “appalling,” adding that they may have led Nissan workers to reject unionization, but denied that they reflect the larger organization.
The leader of Pennsylvania’s largest labor union said that his union will re-think its close ties to the Democratic Party.
Hundreds of cafeteria workers at Facebook will join hospitality labor giant UNITE HERE through a card check campaign.
The United States Postal Service violated federal law by letting employees do union-funded campaign work for Hillary Clinton and other Democrats during the 2016 election cycle, according to an Office of Special Counsel report.
A Michigan union is accusing goats of stealing their jobs after a university began using the animals for lawn maintenance.
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.