Labor Board Reverses Ruling That Helped Workers Fight Chains
The National Labor Relations Board on Thursday overturned a key Obama-era precedent that had given workers significant leverage in challenging companies like fast-food and hotel chains over labor practices.
Here's what happened to teachers after Wisconsin gutted its unions
by Lydia DePillis, November 17, 2017 -- Britta Pigorsch was a sophomore in a high school outside of Madison, Wisconsin, when Act 10 passed the state legislature in 2011.
There are 2 big reasons worker pay isn't going up
- A decline in union participation helps explain stagnant wages for US workers.
- Research points to automation as another factor in labor's falling share of national income.
- The same trend is taking place across the world.
Corporate Intimidation Threatens Worker Freedom
Anyone surprised by the outcome of last week’s union election at the Nissan plant in Canton, Mississippi, hasn’t been paying attention.
Veterans speak out against right-to-work law
Veterans, labor leaders and an elected official banded together to shed some light on how New Hampshire's proposed right-to-work law would affect the state's veterans in a conference call on Tuesday.