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Labor Relations Insight

by Phil Wilson It’s been a week since the Supreme Court ruled 5-4 that state public sector unions may no longer compel employees to pay money to them as a condition of employment. As I said last week, this is the most important labor decision in the last...

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Union Bailout Update

NLRB General Counsel Peter Robb issued a memo in June loosening the standards by which employee handbooks should be judged. The memo was the outcome of the recent Boeing ruling in December, that established a new standard for evaluating employer rules that balances...

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Union High-Rollers

Since Big Labor is constantly lamenting the salaries and perks of the country’s highest paid executives (running companies that create millions/billions of dollars in economic value), it is useful occasionally to take a close look at the salaries of union executives,...

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The Ride-Hailing Drivers Saga Continues

With the California Supreme Court’s recent ruling about what classifies a worker as an employee vs. an independent contractor, Lyft and Uber are in a hard place. Although the U.S. Supreme Court just upheld arbitration clauses, precluding the filing of a class action...

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Social Media Spotlight

Electronic signatures are here to stay, and Big Labor is doing its best to take advantage.  This new site, UnionSignUp.com, offers a subscription service to unions to create online signup forms for the distribution and legal signing of authorization “cards.” Employees...

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SEIU Watch

SEIU announced this month that it will be laying off its last health and safety staffer. This national department is the one whose job it is to lobby the Labor Department and other federal agencies to enact stricter workplace provisions. The decision to prioritize...

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