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Non-tenure track faculty at USC's Dornsife School rejects plan to unionize

Non-tenure track faculty members at USC’s Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences have rejected an effort to unionize, officials announced Tuesday. After counting the votes at the National Labor Relations Board offices in West Los Angeles, the final tally was 113 in favor of joining the...

Feds clear Teamsters Local 399 of vote-tampering claims

The National Labor Relations Board has dismissed vote-tampering allegations by officials with Teamsters Local 399, the union representing location managers, casting directors, studio drivers and animal wranglers. The labor relations board last year launched an investigation into claims that the...

NLRB Dismisses Charges That Hollywood Teamsters Rigged Contract Vote

The National Labor Relations Board has dismissed allegations that Hollywod’s Teamsters local rigged last year’s contract ratification vote. Local 399 Secretary-Treasurer Steve Dayan had contented that the charges were "frivolous" and...Show More Summary

NLRB Judge Rules Walmart Wrongly Fired Strikers

An administrative law judge at the National Labor Relations Board has ruled that Walmart retaliated against workers for participating in strikes. Walmart claimed that the workers' actions were not protected under the National Labor Relations Act and that it was legitimate to fire the employees for violating the company's attendance policy. Show More Summary

Wal-Mart Loses To Labor Rights. Again.

Wal-Mart was once again found guilty of violating workers' rights when they disciplined workers who were exercising their rights by going on strike: A National Labor Relations Board judge has ruled that Wal-Mart Stores Inc. unlawfully...Show More Summary

Federal labor judge orders Walmart to reinstate and pay workers fired for striking

2 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

A national Labor Relations Board judge has ordered Wal-Mart to reinstate 16 workers it unlawfully fired for striking. Administrative Law Judge Geoffrey Carter also ordered Wal-Mart to pay the fired workers back pay and told it to wipe clean the disciplinary records of 38 other workers whose...

Walmart illegally fired activists and must rehire them, judge rules

This is how long justice for workers takes. Walmart fired and disciplined dozens of workers after they staged a strike in the summer of 2013. In November of that year, the National Labor Relations Board authorized complaints against Walmart for that retaliation, and in January 2014, word came that the case would go before a judge. Show More Summary

Wal-Mart ordered to reinstate workers fired for striking

A National Labor Relations Board judge has ordered Wal-Mart to reinstate 16 workers it unlawfully fired for striking, including a sales associate at a store in north suburban Wheeling. Administrative Law Judge Geoffrey Carter also ordered Wal-Mart to pay the fired workers back pay and told it to...

Wal-Mart must rehire 16 workers fired for striking, labor board rules

The National Labor Relations Board ruled that Wal-Mart Stores Inc. retaliated against workers for participating in strikes and must rehire 16 former employees, including seven in California.The retail giant was also ordered to give these employees back pay. The company must hold meetings at 29...

Wal-Mart strikes lawful, must reinstate workers: NLRB judge

(Reuters) - Wal-Mart Stores Inc unlawfully retaliated against workers who participated in strikes in 2013 and must offer to reinstate 16 former employees, a National Labor Relations Board judge has ruled. Administrative Law Judge Geoffrey...Show More Summary

National Labor Relations Board rejects Shurat HaDin complaint against United Electrical Workers

The National Labor Relations Board has rejected a complaint filed by the Israeli lawfare organization Shurat HaDin against the the United Electrical, Radio & Machine Workers of America (UE) that sought to overturn the union's historic resolution in support of BDS.

This week in the war on workers: Faster union elections are working for workers

Anti-union bosses screamed doom when the National Labor Relations Board moved to streamline union representation elections, claiming that any election in which the boss couldn’t drag things out (providing maximum time to intimidate workers away from the union and fire activists, by the way) would be horrible and undemocratic. Show More Summary

Tech Shuttle Drivers' Unionization Bid Fails Amid Claims Of Corporate Bullying

The drivers brought their claim against Bauer Intelligent Transportation to the National Labor Relations Board. [ more › ]

Congress Opts Not to Delay “Joint Employer” Ruling

The head of the International Franchise Association is pleading with Congress to support a measure that would halt an NLRB ruling that he says is "a radical change to the National Labor Relations Act’s (NLRA) joint employer standard...

Allegheny Steel Lockout

On December 21, the National Labor Relations Board ruled that Allegheny Technologies committed a labor violation when it locked out workers at steel plants across the country back in August. This could lead to some sort of settlement, although these things move none too quickly. The lockout is nothing less than an attempt to crush […]

Your Employer Can't Stop You From Recording Conversations At Work

last monthNews : Huffington Post

If you're looking to catch your boss breaking labor law, that smartphone in your pocket might be your best friend, thanks to a new ruling from federal officials. On Thursday, the National Labor Relations Board ruled that upscale grocer...Show More Summary

'Chicago Tonight' producers at WTTV-TV vote to join SAG-AFTRA

Producers on "Chicago Tonight" at WTTW-TV in Chicago have voted to join SAG-AFTRA. The Friday vote among the full- and part-time producers was part of a National Labor Relations Board election. "Producers at 'Chicago Tonight' look forward to exercising the same rights to collective bargaining currently...

A Blast from the Past: Unions as Combinations in Restraint of Trade

A move is under way in Seattle to extend collective bargaining to drivers for Uber and Lyft. The idea is to pass a city ordinance that would do for the city’s gig workers what the National Labor Relations Act does is supposed to do for “normal” employees.Uber, under the guidance of David Plouffe, Obama’s former campaign manager, is fighting back. Show More Summary

Coca-Cola's letter to striking employees disputes union's allegations

In letters arriving this week at the homes of striking Coca-Cola employees, the company alleges union leaders are engaged in "false attacks" and says it has asked the National Labor Relations Board for an expedited investigation into allegations of unfair labor practices, confident of its actions...

Workers in Trump Las Vegas hotel vote to unionize

2 months agoUS Politics / Liberal : Daily Kos

Happy news for workers … and news I really, really want a Donald Trump quote on: After two days of voting in a National Labor Relations Board election, a majority of workers at the Trump International Hotel Las Vegas have voted “YES” to be represented by the Culinary Workers Union Local 226 and the Bartenders Union Local 165 of UNITE HERE. Show More Summary

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