Union Targeting Fast Food Industry

Despite the major defeat it recently suffered over the joint employer battle detailed above, the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) and its allies on the presidential campaign trail will not just tuck their tales and go away. To the contrary, having enjoyed much success across the nation with their Fight for $15 campaigns, SEIU is…

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Unions Want Shorter Workweek, Same Pay

Speaking of unions and their efforts, a few weeks ago, the AFL-CIO released a report written by the “AFL-CIO Commission on the Future of Work and Unions”, in which the labor organization proclaimed a goal of “shorter work days and workweeks with no reduction in pay for workers”. The report went on to portray the…

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NLRB Restricts Non-Employee Leafleting

NLRB also gave another win to an employer last week in the Bexar County Performing Arts Center Foundation decision. In that case, the NLRB Board overruled an administrative law judge’s finding that the employer could not prohibit workers in the employ of a subcontractor of the employer from distributing protest leaflets to patrons attending the…

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