By Richard Read, The Oregonian The National Labor Relations Board accused longshoremen this week of assaulting United Grain Corp. security officers and threatening to rape a manager's daughter and harm a boss's children.
By Mark Tapscott, The Washington Examiner It's baaack! Big Labor's "ambush election" rule proposal from the Democratic majority that controls the National Labor Relations Board.
By Howard Bloom, The National Law Review President Obama has requested a funding increase for the National Labor Relations Board of 1.3% over existing levels in his just-released proposed budget for fiscal year 2015.
In a hearing before the National Labor Relations Board in Chicago, Northwestern players have laid out an argument that they are employees entitled to unionize.
Fox dishonestly framed the current National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) case examining outside influence in the Chattanooga Volkswagen union vote as an attack on Sen. Bob Corker's free speech, ignoring that the board has no authority...Show More Summary
By Sarah Platt, The National Law Review The National Labor Relations Board ("NLRB") has re-issued proposed rules expediting and changing the rules for union elections, the process by which a union becomes the bargaining representative of a group of employees. Show More Summary
By Bill McMorris, The Washington Free Beacon House Republicans and labor experts criticized the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) for proposing election rules that favor unions during a Wednesday hearing before the House Education and Workforce Committee.
While Volkswagen works to find a way to establish a works council at their Chattanooga, Tenn. plant in the wake of the failed United Auto Workers election and subsequent appeal to the National Labor Relations Board, German union IG Metall is warning against the establishment of what it calls a “yellow” union at the plant, […]
By Joshua Rhett Miller, FoxNews.com The federal government’s latest mixed signal on pot stems from Maine, where a medical marijuana dispensary has settled charges alleging violations of the National Labor Relations Act and the rights of its employees.
The National Law Review The National Labor Relations Board’s General Counsel appears intent on convincing the Board to change its precedent in at least two key areas.
By Glenn Farley, KING 5 The Seattle office of the National Labor Relations Board says it's received more than 40 written "charges" from Machinists Union members involving the controversial January 3 vote that narrowly approved an eight-year contract extension with Boeing that landed the 777X in Everett.
By Jon Hyman, Workforce Late last month, the new National Labor Relations Board General Counsel, Richard Griffin, published a memo (GC 14-01) outlining the matters that the Regions must submit to the NLRB’s Division of Advice for guidance on how to proceed.
By Mickey Kaus, The Daily Caller The United Auto Workers, having lost their big vote at VW’s Chattanooga factory, have filed an “unfair labor practice” complaint with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB).
Leading up to the recent election conducted by he National Labor Relations Board at the Volkswagen automobile plant in Chattanooga, Tennessee, in which workers voted 712 to 626 against joining the United Automobile Workers (UAW), left-wing supporters of the union drive demonstrated a curious lack of understanding of the conservatism of their cause. Show More Summary
Former Chattanooga, Tenn. mayor and current United States Senator Bob Corker urged the National Labor Relations Board not to silence him or fellow lawmakers opposed to unionization as the NLRB considers an appeal by the United Auto Workers over the results of the three-day election recently held at Volkswagen’s plant in Chattanooga. Reuters reports Sen. […]
By Bryan P. O'Connor, The National Law Review Union membership rates have been falling for decades. Despite a union-friendly National Labor Relations Board and supportive Obama Administration, organized labor has failed to meaning fully increase membership levels.
Five workers at Volkswagen’s Chattanooga, Tenn. plant have filed a petition with the National Labor Relations Board against the United Auto Workers’ challenge to invalidate the outcome from this month’s three-day election, which saw the union fail to win the right to represent the plant’s workers in a close fight. Automotive News reports the quintet […]
By Sean Higgins, The Washington Examiner Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., warned that if the National Labor Relations Board backs a complaint filed by the United Auto Workers Friday it would have the effect of muzzling lawmakers from being able to comment on workplace elections. Show More Summary
By Lewis Lazare, Chicago Business Journal Former Northwestern University football team members told the National Labor Relations Board today that they managed to play football for the school and still handle demanding course work as engineering and pre-med majors, according to the Chicago Sun-Times.
By Kevin Bogardus, The Hill The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has scheduled its first public hearing on a controversial rule that would speed up union elections.