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Union Bailout Update

The NLRB has signaled its intent to undo or revise the Obama board’s Ambush Election rule, and is currently accepting comments until March 29th. To contribute your comments, Instructions on how to submit them are contained on the NLRB’s website. In other good news,...

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Labor Relations Insight

by Phil Wilson Will Blockchain Save Unions? If you’re reading this then you, like me, must have missed your big Bitcoin payday. Or else you’re reading this on your own private island. In that case the only explanation is that you’re overcome with heat sickness....

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Backlash To Conservative Swing

Although most of the news coming out of the DOL and the NLRB would be considered positive by employers, when such agencies have become Republican-controlled in the past, unions have resorted to other tactics, and specifically corporate campaigns, to attempt to get...

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A Strike On Strikes?

Last year, there were only seven strikes involving 1000 or more employees. This was less than half the amount of similar strikes for the prior year and made it the second lowest year on record since 1947, according to data from the Department of Labor. The total...

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SEIU Watch

SEIU-UHW filed ten ballot initiatives this year. Three were statewide (California), seven local. It’s not abnormal for the SEIU’s Dave Regan (or other unions) to spend money on proposed ballot initiatives as a “tactful” way to get what they want from the employers...

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It’s All Academic

Local 33 UNITE HERE has officially withdrawn its petition to represent graduate students at Yale University after years of organizing efforts. Columbia University hopes to be as lucky. Currently, the university is refusing to bargain with a UAW local affiliate while...

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