Pennsylvania school bus drivers are suing the federal government for preventing them from holding a vote to cut ties with their union.
Franchise businesses received a significant boost from the Trump administration on Friday as labor regulators began to unravel one of the Obama administration’s most controversial employment policies.
The Trump administration is seeking to reappoint a controversial Obama holdover to the federal government’s top labor arbiter, sparking criticism from a former Trump nominee.
Labor watchdogs are urging the Trump administration not to reappoint President Obama’s former National Labor Relations Board chairman to another five-year term.
The Trump administration is looking to use early retirement incentives to cut staffing levels at the federal government’s top labor arbiter.
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.
President Obama’s rules speeding up the union election process increased the chances of union victory, according to a new analysis.
Management attorneys and trade groups are petitioning the Trump administration to reverse President Obama’s rule changes that drastically sped up the timeline of union elections.
Republicans will once again have a majority at the nation’s top labor arbiter after the Senate confirmed Trump nominee John Ring on Wednesday.
Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, responding to frustration among GOP senators about Senate delays in confirming President Trump’s nominees, is considering a more aggressive manner of confronting Democrats’ obstruction and delays.