Union Bailout Update

Union Bailout Update

It’s as if the DOL is running through a pool of oatmeal. The Senate finally confirmed Marvin Kaplan to serve on the National Labor Relations Board, providing a temporary 2-2 Republican/Democrat split, while Phil Miscimarra (Republican) has decided to decline a second...
Labor Relations INK July 2017

Labor Relations INK July 2017

In this issue: Philly Building Trades Council Head Under Investigation Union Goats? Alt-Labor Sticky Fingers, Insight, Scoreboard, SEIU Watch and more… The bottom of each story contains a link to the individual post on our site. Labor Relations Insight by Phil Wilson...
Union Bailout Update

Union Bailout Update

If you belong to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce (you should!) you received their Labor, Regulation, and Employee Benefits Division Labor Update. For those of you that don’t, just a taste of what the report contains, speaking of the Labor, Health and Human Services, and...
Labor Relations Ink June 2017

Labor Relations Ink June 2017

In this issue: Mafia/Union Ties Still Strong Union Wrestling Match Pensions On The Ropes Insight, SEIU Watch, Fight for $15 and more… The bottom of each story contains a link to the individual post on our site. ********** Labor Relations Insight by Phil Wilson...

Labor Relations Insight

by Phil Wilson Three Things Congress Can Do to Fix Labor Law Today It’s been another month and we remain not one step closer to a Republican majority National Labor Relations Board. I suppose you could say the Administration took a quarter-step when it announced...