A former member of President Barack Obama’s National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) warned policymakers Wednesday that unions and Obama’s labor appointees could undermine the principles of worker choice by transforming U.S. labor law.
Democrats called on the expertise of a union organizer convicted of stalking to defend policies that would make it easier for labor groups to obtain personal information of workers and speed up elections.
A new law in France makes it illegal for workers in certain sectors to receive work related emails after 6:00 p.m.
A former senior official at the National Labor Relations Board said that the agency’s decision to allow college football players to unionize is destined for a challenge in federal courts.
The National Labor Relations Board has filed a complaint against a major union for using front groups to stage disruptive Black Friday protests in a Michigan Walmart.
The National Labor Relations Board denied a congressional request to extend the deadline for public comments on a controversial union election rule.
One of nation’s most powerful public sector unions shelled out thousands of dollars to watch the World Series champion Boston Red Sox in 2013, according to federal filings.
Some lies just won’t go away. In February the Washington Post published an article with the following headline: “Why There’s No Democratic Version of the Koch Brothers’ Organization.” It was the umpteenth attempt to explain, in a particularly simplistic manner, how the millionaires and billionaires who donate money to the Democratic Party are nothing, absolutely nothing, like those meanie cancer research philanthropists Charles and David Koch.
Hundreds of demonstrators at fast food restaurants around the country alleging that restaurant managers regularly steal employee wages are actually astroturfed protesters agitating in favor of a higher minimum wage, critics said.