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.
A George Washington University student who briefly belonged to a union helped to block the unionization of resident advisers.
An influential union dropped its bid to create the nation’s first union of resident advisers in the country on the eve of its groundbreaking vote.
A group accused of operating as a union front shares its headquarters with one of New York City’s most powerful labor unions.
Five union pension plans are heading toward bankruptcy in the next 20 years if the federal government does not approve benefit cuts to retirees.
A high-ranking member of the Teamsters who earned more than $300,000 last year is seeking donations from the rank and file to defend himself in a corruption probe launched by the union.
An analysis by a pro-free-market think tank estimates that at least 1,000 federal workers paid for with taxpayer dollars exclusively worked for labor organizations rather than performing duties at their government jobs.
Organized labor spent a record $1.7 billion on politics and lobbying during the 2016 election cycle, with the vast majority of money coming from member dues and supporting Democrats.