The Supreme Court found Sharon Block’s 2012 appointment was unconstitutional.
Supreme Court found Sharon Block's 2012 appointment unconstitutional.
The president highlighted recent economic successes and efforts to boost workers’ pay.
Union officials are up in arms over the NFL's request of payment from would-be performers.
New rules allow federal workers to scale back hours and tap into pensions.
GOP lawmakers are planning to attack the NLRB if they take back the Senate.
The Supreme Court last year invalidated a trio of Obama's appointments to the board.
One business rep said the organizing tactic was "gerrymandering" in the workplace.
The Obama administration is loosening the restrictions on longevity annuities.
Democrats might warm to the $49 billion DirecTV deal if it helps the labor movement.
A rule expanding the sphere of eligible workers would not be finalized until 2015, at the earliest.
Thomas Perez blasted lawmakers for not extending long-term jobless benefits.
The United Farm Workers insisted that "justice delayed is justice denied."
A Republican majority could spell disaster for labor's agenda.
Rep. Issa is requesting additional documents from the agency.
The Economic Policy Institute says the forthcoming rule will help women and minorities.
The draft regulations are the latest in a series of initiatives targeting contractors.
LinkedIn has paid nearly $6 million in back pay and damages for underpaying more than 350 workers.
A new executive order is meant to improve conditions for workers.
The NLRB has identified roughly 100 cases that must be revisited.
Critics are gleeful that the NLRB's earlier decisions may have to be revisited
But the Labor Department says the expense will be outweighed by economic benefits.
The Labor secretary said he is using "every tool" to combat wage inequality.
The EPA rule could cost 224,000 jobs a year through 2030, the business lobby warns.