NLRB Captures Largest Settlement Ever

The National Law Relations Board (NLRB) earlier this month announced that it had won the largest settlement in history for unfair labor practices – $76 million – and the culprit was none other than CNN! The case began back in 2003 after CNN terminated a contract with a union company (Team Video Services) and replaced…

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Poetic Justice – and a Delicious Irony

One can’t help but enjoy a different kind of news coming out of Bernie Sanders for President 2020 this week – that a campaign worker of his has filed an unfair labor practice complaint with the National Labor Relations Board! The self-described democratic-socialist has been one of the more vocal advocates for increasing the federal…

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Do As We Say, Not As We Do

Employees of the AFL-CIO, represented by the Office and Professional Employees International Union Local 2, have been embroiled in a battle with their employer over a union contract for months now. Staff at the Washington headquarters of “big labor” a few weeks ago filed an unfair labor practice against the union. A plethora of other…

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Irony of Ironies as NLRB is Found Guilty

Yes, you read that correctly, the National Labor Relations Board was found guilty of unfair labor practices last week in a case brought by its own union.  An administrative law judge with the government’s Labor Relations Authority ruled the regulatory agency (charged with objectively arbitrating worker’s rights in private employment) violated their employees’ rights by…

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