A first step from federal labor regulators to unravel an Obama-era rule that sped up the power of employees to form unions was derided by a Democratic member of the National Labor Relations Board as a “notice and request for alternative facts.
The National Labor Relations Board has ruled that Harvard prevented a free and fair election on forming a graduate student union, clearing a path for another vote.
The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), the federal agency tasked with prosecuting unfair labor practices, has issued a complaint against The Pasha Group and certain of its subsidiaries for labor violations associated with two new...Show More Summary
A committee representing newsroom employees of the Los Angeles Times took an initial step Monday to form a union by asking the National Labor Relations Board to hold an election. Earlier this year, a group of more than 40 Times journalists launched efforts to have the NewsGuild-Communications Workers...
The paper's guild has filed for an election with the National Labor Relations Board.
During the Barack Obama years, the National Labor Relations Board took a broad view of worker rights, expanding protections for employees who try to join a union or come together to improve their working conditions.
The National Labor Relations Board's new general counsel plans to take a much narrower view of worker rights.
The National Labor Relations Board's new general counsel plans to take a much narrower view of worker rights than his predecessor, a new memo shows.
A Queens man won a $30,000 payout from his ex-employer after a National Labor Relations Board investigation.
“EEOC recently announced the availability of ‘respectful workplace’ training, which [prompted a] concern about whether overly prescriptive rules about workplace behavior (like “no negativity” mandates) might chill workers’ NLRA rights.”...Show More Summary
Two former employees filed complaints with the National Labor Relations Board in the past 13 months. The Arizona Coyotes have been the subject of two investigations by the National Labor Relations Board over the past 13 months basedShow More Summary
Imagine that - Rahm has to follow the law : An administrative law judge has recommended that the Illinois Labor Relations Board throw out the Chicago Police Department’s new disciplinary guidelines, dealing an early defeat to the city...Show More Summary
An administrative law judge has recommended that the Illinois Labor Relations Board reject disciplinary guidelines newly adopted by the Chicago Police Department. The Chicago Tribune reports Judge Anna Hamburg-Gal determined … Click to Continue »
Not surprisingly, the Trump administration nominee for the position of General Counsel of the National Labor Relations Board, Peter Robb, has recently been confirmed. Also not surprising, President Trump, who is heavily pro-business rather than pro-labor, nominated an attorney that is known to be anti-union, in addition to padding......
Workers at the Fuyao Glass factory in Moraine overwhelmingly rejected the union proposal in a key test of how Chinese companies deal with labor relations.
The management of CAT will file an unfair labor practices complaint against the ATU Division 1436.
Arthur Pearlstein (FMCS) sends word that FMCS is... participating in the production and program of the Labor and Employment Relations Association (LERA) 70th Annual Meeting, June 14-17, 2018, in Baltimore, MD at the Hilton Baltimore, with the theme “Shaping...
A coalition of human rights groups and labor organizations demanded that Ivanka Trump, while she is on her first trip to Asia as a White House adviser, address issues related to alleged abuses of the mostly female workers at factories her fashion brand uses across the region....
The Hill reports: A deal reached between the government and a small Montana energy company located in Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke’s hometown prohibits the government from reviewing labor costs or profits related to the company’s relief efforts in Puerto Rico, according to a leaked copy of the contract. Show More Summary
A local labor union that represents workers in Texas filed a charge on Tuesday against Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, alleging he violated the National Labor Relations Act when he vowed to discipline players who choose to protest during the national anthem. Chief organizer of Local 100 Wade Rathke...