A Missouri worker is accusing his union of violating his rights to pay partial union dues.
Labor unions across the country are paying big money to defend forced unionism, pouring millions of dollars into a Missouri ballot initiative to overturn the state’s right-to-work law.
The Trump administration is moving to block unions from collecting federal funds directed to care for disabled people, which could cost labor organizations at least $71 million.
The fallout from the Supreme Court’s landmark Janus ruling continued as Washington state workers filed suit to recover their lost wages from forced unionism.
A labor watchdog’s objection to a union withdrawal procedure could hamper workers and union members from bringing future suits against employers’ labor organizations.
The Supreme Court may have declared mandatory union fees from public-sector workers unconstitutional, but labor watchdogs and management attorneys expect the battle over paycheck deductions to continue.
When David and Shirley Pirlott filed a federal labor complaint against Teamsters Local 75 on Nov. 8, 1989, the day before the Berlin Wall fell, they did not imagine they would have to wait 30 years to resolve the dispute.
Democratic Sen. Tim Kaine (Va.) signaled his support Friday for legislation to strengthen the power of unions to recruit members and negotiate with employers.
President Obama’s rules speeding up the union election process increased the chances of union victory, according to a new analysis.
The California State Assembly debated legislation Thursday introduced by Democratic Assemblyman Miguel Santigo that would make “International Workers’ Day,” a holiday with Socialist and Communist roots, a paid state holiday.