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Collegiate Unions: the story of Northwestern

One of the biggest arguments when it comes to collegiate sports is whether or not the student-athletes are in fact employees of the university. This is always an argument that gets presented whenever the discussion about paying college athletes is broached. 639 more words

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New NLRB Election Statistics Reveal Union Weakness

By George J. Miller

It has been one year since the National Labor Relations Board’s so-called “ambush” or “quickie” election rule went into effect. According to the Board, the rule was “designed to remove unnecessary barriers to the fair and expeditious resolution of representation cases” and “streamline” the process.  704 more words

Labor Law

Today's News & Commentary --- April 22, 2016

Today’s major news is Uber’s settlement of two class action lawsuits covering 385,000 drivers in California and Massachusetts.  Both the New York Times and Wall Street Journal… 698 more words

Daily Headlines & Commentary

March on Strip Urges Trump to Negotiate With Hotel Workers

LAS VEGAS (AP) — The Culinary Union is organizing a march down the Las Vegas Strip to urge Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump to negotiate a contract with workers at his hotel. 120 more words

News

CGSU and Cornell administration in talks over conduct for unionization effort

This past Fall, the University administration reached out to CGSU to discuss   “developing a Union-University conduct rules and recognition election agreement” to guide the University and CGSU during the effort to build support and win recognition of CGSU as the labor union representing graduate student employees here at Cornell. 670 more words

National Labor Relations Board

NLRB Continues to Identify Non-Unionized Employers as a Target of Enforcement

With its latest memorandum “Mandatory Submissions to the Division of Advice,” the National Labor Relations Board continues to make expansion of its role in regulating all workplaces, unionized or not, a major priority. 342 more words

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