SCOTUS Limits Union Access

Speaking of important court decisions, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) rendered one a few weeks ago that can have major repercussions on unionizing efforts moving forward. The case stems from a 1975 state regulation implemented in California that allowed union organizers to enter an agricultural employer’s private property for the purpose of…

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Do As I Say, Not As I Do

It seems as though a couple of strong advocacy groups are using that old saying as their present day guiding light! First, let’s consider the Restaurant Opportunities Center United (ROC), a controversial advocacy group that fancies itself a strong employee advocacy group. The group, which is currently pushing for elimination of the entire tipping system,…

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“Most Pro-union President in History”

After the Labor Day holiday each year, Americans start to focus more on election options and issues with the end of summer activities, coronavirus notwithstanding! This year, Democratic Presidential nominee Joe Biden used the opportunity of a Labor Day livestream discussion with AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka to promise that unions will never have a better…

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