In a recent op-ed in the Congress blog, LeeAnn Hall and the Restaurant Opportunities Center’s Saru Jayaraman decry “...
On Wednesday the UAW subpoenaed Sen. Bob Corker (R-Tenn.), Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam (R) and 18 other state officials to appear at the NLRB hearing into third-party intervention in the union election at Volkswagen in Chattanooga.
42 million women and 28 million children are in households living from paycheck to paycheck in need of a little assistance that could keep their households from going under.
Richard Griffin, the new general counsel of the National Labor Relations Board, wants to give unions a veto over a unionized employer’s decision to relocate.
Confidential emails obtained this week by a Nashville television station reveal that Sen. Corker's chief of staff was in direct contact with anti-union organizations about the messaging of their unprecedented campaign of threats and intimidation.
The tipped minimum wage that applies to many restaurant workers remains frozen at $2.13 an hour… where it’s been stuck since 1991.
The facts demonstrate that third-party interference by GOP politicians and anti-union groups created “a general atmosphere of fear or reprisal rendering a free election impossible.”
Weil is more partisan than scholar; he has openly endorsed aggressively coercive union tactics, including advocating the use of regulatory agencies to advance union campaigns.
Groups are asking the UN committee to press the United States over the grim reality migrant workers here have faced for decades.
Despite a Congressional Budget Office (CBO) report that estimated a half-million jobs would be lost if the minimum wage was increased by 40 percent, President Obama is still out stumping for the policy