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Right To Work At Risk

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Are Right to Work Laws at risk?   National Right to Work president Mark Mix and others testified just last week at a hearing in the Education and the Workforce Committee that Right to Work laws in 25 states could be at risk, as the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) argues to institute a rule allowing…(Read More)

11 Million Workers Are Forced To Pay Union Dues: Congress Should Help Them The Daily Caller Online, June 03, 2015 The National Right to Work Act (S. 391/H.R. 612) was introduced in both chambers of Congress earlier this year. This easy to read, one-page bill does not add one single word to…(Read More)

The National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB) Chairman and General Counsel will both be called before the Senate to answer questions about recent decisions that clearly favor Big Labor.  Michael J. Lotito has the story in Workplace Policy Update. During a May 14 Senate Appropriations Subcommittee hearing to discuss the National Labor Relations Board’s…(Read More)

NLRB Schedules Fifth Vote to Decertify Local UAW Washington Free Beacon Online, May 07, 2015 Alabama workers are being forced to take a fifth vote to kick out a local UAW chapter despite giving the union the boot in February. Top N.J. lawmaker helping embattled ironworkers union rebuild as criminal case wanes nj.com…(Read More)

Joe Trauger of Shopfloor.org, explains how the Ambush Election regulation is working as the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) intended, in favor of union bosses. If anyone had a question about how the National Labor Relations Board decision on Specialty Healthcare and the recent implementation of the Ambush Election regulation would play out, we…(Read More)

The National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation has helped 3 workers file a suit against the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) seeking to prevent new rules which would railroad workers into union representation. Three construction employees have joined a federal lawsuit challenging the National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB) recently-enacted regulations that further…(Read More)

Apparently the National  Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has a faulty memory.   A posting on National Law Review says it all. On April 17, the DC Circuit Court of Appeals published a decision, Weigand v. NLRB, in which it reviewed the NLRB’s dismissal of an employee’s charge against a union based on the union…(Read More)

NLRB takes on right-to-work — Finance to hold hearing on TPA today politico.com, April 17, 2015 NLRB TAKES ON RIGHT-TO-WORK: The National Labor Relations Board’s newest target is the right-to-work movement. In a call for briefs yesterday, the agency said it may allow a union to collect a…(Read More)

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