Institute Makes Information Pertaining to Record of Congressional Military Travel Requests by Congress Available to the Public

On January 6, 2010, in News Releases, by NILRR Staff

On January 5, 2010 the National Institute for Labor Relations Research received, as a donation, documents partially fulfilling a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request that had been made by the National Right To Work Legal Defense Foundation to the United States Department of Defense. The documents concern information pertaining to congressional military travel requests […]

Senate Bill 180: Local Control, Taxpayers, Public Safety Workers’ Rights at Risk

On April 10, 2009, in News Releases, by NILRR Staff

Stan Greer from the National Institute of Labor Relations Research explains the problems with Colorado’s Senate Bill 180, which would override local control and mandate collective bargaining for police officers and firefighters. SB 180 would deprive many public servants of the right to choose their own workplace representation (and in some cases force them to […]

New Law to Have Major Impact on Employee-Employer Relations in Utah’s Public Schools

On June 12, 2007, in News Releases, by NILRR Staff

#### Subsection (4) Precludes Monopoly Bargaining, Favoritism, and/or Endorsement of a Union as a Future Option The National Institute for Labor Relations Research (NILRR) sent out letters to Utah Public and Private School Superintendents, informing them of the impact of a recently-passed Utah legislation affecting employee-employer relations within the state. See sample letter attached. For […]

In North Dakota "Opportunity Knocks"

On March 26, 2007, in News Releases, by NILRR Staff

North Dakota has a unique opportunity to demonstrate to the rest of the country what can be accomplished by switching from an exclusive-union-bargaining system in public education to a system in which there is room for individual bargaining. In a letter (see attached), mailed out last week to School Superintendents throughout the state, National Institute […]

Big Labor-Funded Study to Promote Coercive “Top Down” Organizing is Debunked by Research Institute

On January 6, 2006, in News Releases, by NILRR Staff

### Study prepared for union front group uses twisted facts and logic to dupe media and promote anti-worker legislation designed to stifle worker choice Washington, DC. (January 6, 2006) – The National Institute for Labor Relations Research (NILRR) has just released a paper that exposes a dishonest research study prepared for the union front group […]