Unionized employees at the Cablevision television company are itching to leave their union, according to a new poll.
An independent pollster hired by the company asked 264 workers at a Brooklyn plant whether they wanted to remain in the Communications Workers of America union. More than 90 percent of employees participated in the poll and anti-union voters prevailed 129-115 in the anonymous vote.
Companies will replace low-skilled workers with machines if President Obama’s 40 percent minimum wage hike passes, according to a survey of top accounting professionals.
A Pennsylvania judge accused a federal labor arbiter of acting as an extension of a powerful labor union in a dispute with a local hospital.
A union that spent more than $1 million during the 2012 election is calling on Congress to ban big money donations.
The flacks behind Thursday’s protests over wages for fast food employees have earned millions from unions for their efforts to lighten the pockets of middle class franchise operators.
Rep. Gwen Moore (D., Wis.) was arrested during a West Milwaukee fast food protest organized by one of her largest campaign donors, a local CBS affiliate reported.
Employees at a pair of Washington, D.C., McDonald’s said they were not planning on partaking in protests allegedly waged on their behalf by a union-backed front group seeking a national minimum wage of $15.
The split between labor unions and the Obama administration may dampen the Labor Day celebrations of congressional Democrats, who are struggling to maintain their Senate majority.
The new chief economist at the Labor Department is a far-left activist who has worked for a think tank funded by labor unions, founded by George Soros, and that is in league with the Democracy Alliance.
Silvia Lopez’s family arrived in the United States hoping to escape a government that rewarded entrenched interests over individuals. Now Lopez is fighting for her voice to be heard—and she could change the state of labor in California.