The National Labor Relations Board took another step toward eliminating the franchise business model on Friday, opening the doors for unionization at some of America’s largest employers.
Unions may be pushing for President Obama’s massive minimum wage hike, but many seek special carveouts from existing wage laws, according to a new study.
Two California healthcare workers are suing their local union and the government for illegally collecting dues payments.
Jeffery Lum and Andrew Li are leading a class action lawsuit against SEIU Local 521, alleging that the union illegally docked their paychecks for dues money. Lum and Li are pharmacists at the Santa Clara Valley Medical Center, a county-owned hospital that primarily serves Medicaid, Medicare, and Obamacare beneficiaries, as well as trauma patients.
The technology that companies provide their employees can now be used to aid unionization campaigns under new federal labor rules, according to leading labor experts.
Employers and worker advocates are blasting the National Labor Relations Board for tilting the union election process in Big Labor’s favor on Friday.
The union-backed fast food strikes targeting McDonalds have embraced “mob style tactics” in order to advance their agenda, according to critics.
The federal government’s top labor arbiter has seen its budget skyrocket even as its caseload plummeted to record lows over the past three decades, according to a new study.
Teachers union honcho Randi Weingarten will meet with Newtown teachers to commemorate the victim’s of America’s deadliest school shooting just months after campaigning for anti-gun control Democrats.
A former United Food and Commercial Workers official said that the union’s planned Black Friday protests are aimed at unionizing the nation’s largest retailer, despite claims to the contrary.