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New data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, and Chipotle settles NLRB suit.
Striking Los Angeles school workers have reached a tentative deal with the Los Angeles Unified School District, law professors have filed an amicus brief to contest the use of arbitration in former Miami Dolphins coach Brian Flores’s employment discrimination lawsuit against the NFL, and the Senate HELP Committee gears up for Wednesday’s Howard Schultz testimony.
Shawn Fain wins runoff election for UAW president; Michigan Gov. Whitmer signs repeal of right-to-work
Duke opposing unionizing grad student workers; NLRB prosecutors find merit to ULPs against Amazon; Starbucks investors weighing outside audit of company's labor practices.
Trader Joe's workers in Oakland file a petition to form a union; a Kenyan court temporarily blocks Meta contractor’s mass layoff of content moderators; and Starbucks workers at more than 100 stores walkout ahead of shareholders’ meeting.
NLRB's General Counsel issues two memos clarifying priorities and a recent Board decision, LA teachers go on strike, and Bloomberg Law reports higher pay raises from labor contracts
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How can support for unions be at an all-time high yet union membership fall to an all-time low? It's because our labor law is a complete disaster.
Welcome to Gen-Z's labor movement, where the unions speak meme.
Cost-of-living adjustment (or COLA) clauses, from a Canadian perspective
The employer in Glacier Northwest is asking the Supreme Court to overrule decades of long-settled law.
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