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Union  Bailout Update

Union Bailout Update

The NLRB released several Advice Memoranda at the end of January, going back several years and addressing a range of topics. Due to the age of many of the memoranda, several of the issues addressed have since been outdated by further actions of the Board or the...

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Laboring Toward 2020

Laboring Toward 2020

Biden’s support of the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) puts him at odds with Big Labor, while union support for Bernie Sanders is snowballing.  Although the international unions have been slow to pick a favorite, many local, regional and statewide unions are jumping...

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Revisioning Labor Law

Revisioning Labor Law

The Clean Slate for Worker Power is the most recent liberal revisioning of labor law. This effort was spearheaded by former NLRB member Sharon Block and Harvard professor Benjamin Sachs, and hosted by Harvard Law School. If you’re up for some heavy reading, download...

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Tech + Media Unions

Tech + Media Unions

The staff at crowdfunding platform Kickstarter voted to join the Office and Professional Employees Union this month, making it one of the first tech companies to opt into a representative labor relationship. Meanwhile, executives at Hearst Magazines sat down for the...

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Union Corruption

Union Corruption

One former UAW employee is suing the union for forcing him to pay dues to a local that he was not even a part of; and furthermore, that he’s not even sure exists as an actual representative unit. More here. This kind of organizational leadership is no doubt at the...

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Janus Ruling Affects Political Spending

Within the first year of Janus, 33 percent of Oregon’s state employees and over 40 percent of home care workers represented by SEIU 503 have chosen to opt out of dues deduction. In effect, the union’s 2019 LM-2 shows a drop in political spending for the year of more...

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