Hospital Workers Want To Throw Off A Union They Never Wanted To Join

Business | Tim Pearce
Male nurse pushing stretcher gurney bed in hospital corridor with doctors & senior female patient

‘Weaponized against independent workers’

Tesla's Move To Ax Hundreds Of Jobs Comes At A Very Awkward Moment For Elon Musk

Business | Chris White
Elon Musk, founder, CEO and lead designer at SpaceX and co-founder of Tesla, speaks at the International Space Station Research and Development Conference in Washington, U.S. on July 19, 2017. (REUTERS/Aaron P. Bernstein/File Photo)

The company must meet before an NLRB judge beginning November 14

This Supreme Court Case Puts 25 MILLION Employment Contracts At Stake

Politics | Kevin Daley
Pro-union protestors march in Wisconsin in 2011. (YouTube screenshot/New Left Media)

‘Overturns labor law going back to FDR’

EXCLUSIVE: Obama's Major Labor Policy Victories Are Turning Into Losses Under Trump

Politics | Michael Bastasch
Former U.S. President Barack Obama meets with youth leaders in Chicago

Obama’s legacy is disappearing under Trump

EXCLUSIVE: The Employee Rights Act Goes to a Hearing

Opinion | Luka Ladan

Union elites angry about bill going to vote, giving union members choice to remain or leave

Labor Reform Faces Nonsensical Attacks

Opinion | Richard Berman
The fearmongering Left will not be weighed down by facts and common sense.

Trump Administration Takes First Step To Kill Overtime Rule

Opinion | Heather Greenaway
President Trump Speaks At A Meeting Of Police Chiefs And Sheriffs

President Trump has wasted no time in taking the first step toward checking the power of Big Labor.

The Federal Government's Schizophrenic Definitions Of "Employer"

Opinion | Nathan Mehrens

Congress needs to reclaim its authority from federal agencies that make their own contradictory labor regulations.

Feds Rule Unions No Longer Need Consent To Combine Workplaces

Business | Connor D. Wolf
A gavel rests atop a wad of $100 bills. (Photo: AVN Photo Lab/Shutterstock)

‘To Simply say this just goes back to the ways things were is not quite correct’

Verizon Vindicated As Labor Case Loss Overturned 8 Years Later

Business | Connor D. Wolf
Verizon logo on building (Photo: Shutterstock)

‘We conclude that the Board misapplied its highly deferential standard’

Former Feds Condemn Attempt To Radically Change American Businesses

Business | Connor D. Wolf
Striking McDonald's worker (REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson)

‘Unfortunately the current NLRB shows known of that reluctance’

Feds Could Soon Punish Microsoft For Trying To Help Contract Workers

Business | Connor D. Wolf
A Microsoft logo is seen a day (REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson)

‘Unfair labor practices’

Obama's Disputed Union Election Rule Survives Appeal

Business | Connor D. Wolf
A voter leaves a polling stations after casting their ballot in the Wisconsin presidential primary election in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States, April 5, 2016. (REUTERS/Jim Young)

‘The Board acted rationally and in furtherance of its congressional mandate’

What The Domino's Wage Lawsuit Means For Franchising

Business | Connor D. Wolf

Domino’s DOES NOT control wages

Georgia Fights Feds To Save The Franchise Model

Business | Connor D. Wolf
McDonald's protest (Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images)

‘This legislation is pro small business and enables business owners to do what they do best’

Labor Department Far Outpaces Other Agencies On Regulatory Spending

US | Connor D. Wolf
Lots of money (Photo: Shutterstock)

‘Pretty much all new regulations cause dead weight in the market’

Former Top Labor Official Warns Against Garland Nomination

Politics | Connor D. Wolf
Judge Merrick Garland looks to U.S. President Barack Obama (REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst)
'Garland certainly on NLRB issues will defer to the agency even in circumstances that push the envelope'