LIUNA Takes Up Right To Work Fight In Ohio

LIUNA Takes Up Right To Work Fight In Ohio

The Laborers union paid for anti-right-to-work billboards to be posted in Ohio, as part of the Not In Ohio campaign against the measure. LIUNA is also behind the Not In Ohio website through their labor trust, LECET.

Labor Relations Insight

by Phil Wilson The son of EFCA is back, and it is MUCH worse than the original. The PRO Act (Protecting the Right to Organize Act) was introduced in Congress on May 2, 2019. They have already held a hearing to consider the bill in the House and it already has 134 (all...

Union Bailout Update

Yesterday the NLRB released its rulemaking agenda. In addition to proceeding with its rulemaking regarding the joint-employer standard—the board will consider rulemaking in the following areas: The Board’s current representation-case procedures. The Board’s current...
Union Dues Drained Into Politics

Union Dues Drained Into Politics

As the Democratic 2020 presidential contenders begin tossing their hats in the ring, it’s a good time to for a quick update on union political spending. According to the nonprofit National Institute for Labor Relations Research, which collated data from multiple...

Unions Stifle Community Economic Development

In a scenario seen frequently in California, unions are holding hostage a crucial development project in a town much in need of revitalization. The Alameda County Planning Commission approved in February the building of a 163-unit apartment complex on the site of an...

AI, Technology and Labor

It’s not just robots anymore.  The technological impact at work is coming increasingly from software and data. From employee scheduling software to room cleaning apps, workers lives are frequently directed by programs and algorithms. Unions are starting to pay...