Cloud of Uncertainty Over NLRB
Months after the D.C. Circuit struck down President Barack Obama’s recess appointments to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), little remains clear at the agency, whose authority at every level is being challenged.
L.A. Must Provide the 411 on Its Employees to SEIU
Information that employees might reasonably assume is private—such as home addresses and phone numbers—has to be shared with a union, even if the employees are not union members, according to a California Supreme Court decision.
New Law Strengthens State’s Right-to-Work Status
A new law employees to opt out of union membership—and stop the deduction of union dues from their salaries—at any time during a year.
Union Decertification Did Not Make CBA Void
A court had to decide whether the provisions of a collective bargaining agreement (CBA) still applied after its effective date had passed, and a union was decertified.
Law Eliminates Union Rights for Some State Workers
Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn signed legislation that will remove union rights from many state workers.