One of Washington state’s largest unions lost thousands of dues paying members in the wake of a Supreme Court decision barring automatic enrollment of home healthcare workers in the union, according to a new report.
The Democratic candidates for president have decided to ditch plans to participate in an education forum planned for later this month in Iowa, and the forum’s organizer says it is because the candidates fear backlash from teachers unions.
The Teamsters are the latest union to delay endorsing embattled Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton.
Massachusetts teachers delivered another blow to frontrunner Hillary Clinton, joining a prominent list of labor groups that have delayed endorsements in the Democratic primary.
The government employees who now make up a majority of the nation’s union members are a far cry from the blue-collar archetype of old, according to a new report.
An influential big labor pressure group in Indiana is looking for someone that “strikes fear in the hearts of capitalists.”
A California union stands accused of illegally forcing a nurse’s aide to pay dues without informing him of his right to opt out of membership.
Some of the nation’s top labor unions are holding off their endorsement of struggling Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton just in case Vice President Joe Biden enters the race.
Hillary Clinton’s newly announced opposition to the Keystone XL pipeline places her in the camp of the Democratic Party’s environmentalist base and at odds with labor interests that have traditionally supported the party.
From racketeering to bribery and money laundering, 2015 has been a banner year for union malfeasance, according to a top labor watchdog.
The Workforce Fairness Institute is celebrating Labor Day by counting down 2015’s best examples of “union thuggery.”