MILWAUKEE, Wisc.—Two Wisconsin International Union of Operating Engineers locals filed a lawsuit in federal court Feb. 23 arguing that the limits on collective bargaining imposed by Gov. Scott Walker’s 2011
TALLAHASSEE, Fla.—The Florida Senate Appropriations Committee on Feb. 27 approved a bill that would enable the state to decertify teachers’ unions if their membership drops below half of the bargaining
Alejandro Corcino, 30, loves his work as a concrete laborer, so much so that he wishes he’d gotten into it straight out of high school. Instead, he found out about
WASHINGTON—The Congressional joint committee assigned to address collapsing multiemployer pension funds will be cochaired by Sens. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) and Orrin Hatch (R-Utah).
WASHINGTON— The National Labor Relations Board announced Feb. 26 that it was voiding its December ruling narrowing when companies can be considered a “joint employer” because of a conflict of