Labor watchdogs and business groups are holding out hope that the Supreme Court will reverse course after 40 years of allowing government workers to pay mandatory union fees.
Public sector workers seeking to break ties with organized labor appeared before the Supreme Court on Monday seeking to overturn a 40-year-old rule mandating union fees.
Massachusetts Sens. Elizabeth Warren (D.) and Ed Markey (D.) on Monday spoke at a Boston rally supporting the right of public-sector unions to extract mandatory dues.
The unions behind a failed challenge to Kentucky’s right-to-work law are appealing a state judge’s ruling on its constitutionality.
Industry groups and labor watchdogs want to see the Trump administration eliminate wage rates that favor union labor as part of the $1.5 trillion infrastructure plan.
Labor’s pension crisis forces a family-owned business to shut its doors after workers voted to withdraw from their union, according to a report.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers is hoping to head off a looming union pension crisis by expanding options for retirement benefits.
Mustachioed steelworker Randy Bryce has electrified liberals eager to dethrone Speaker of the House Paul Ryan with his tell-it-like-it-is blue collar style and, well, his mustache. He bolstered his credentials on both fronts Monday when he became the first political candidate with a unionized staff, a move made all the more groundbreaking because he did it while sporting a mustache.
A Kentucky judge threw out a union attempt to block the state’s newly minted right to work law.
A coalition of union leaders and employers praised Congress for delaying one of Obamacare’s most onerous taxes in its government shutdown deal.