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California Federal Court Follows NLRB's D.R. Horton Decision

A federal district court in California recently denied an employer’s motion to compel individual arbitration in a wage-and-hour putative class action brought by a former employee.   740 more words

On Labor

Gig News: Union Files NLRB Petition to Represent Uber Drivers in New York

POLITICO New York reports that the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 1430 filed a formal petition with the National Labor Relations Board to represent 600 Uber drivers who serve New York City’s LaGuardia Airport.  448 more words

On Labor

Feds Clear Hollywood Teamsters of Vote-Rigging Allegations

Investigators from the National Labor Relations Board have dismissed allegations of vote-tampering by officers with Teamsters Local 399.

Secretary-treasurer Steve Dayan had asserted that the charges — filed by transportation coordinator Eugene Alford — were frivolous and politically motivated. 217 more words


NLRB Dismisses Charges That Hollywood Teamsters Rigged Contract Vote

The National Labor Relations Board has dismissed allegations that Hollywod’s Teamsters local rigged last year’s contract ratification vote. Local 399 Secretary-Treasurer Steve Dayan had contented that the charges were “frivolous” and politically motivated. 203 more words


2015 Union Membership Rate Relatively Stable Despite New NLRB Election Rules

Despite the National Labor Relations Board’s “quickie election rules,” the percentage of unionized workers in the private sector remained stable during 2015, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics of the U.S. 161 more words

Labor & Employment

The Administration Is Ruling by Decree

By Iain Murray – Re-Blogged From The Competitive Enterprise Institute

Yesterday, the Department of Labor unexpectedly issued a new rule (which it called an interpretation) that will upend thousands of businesses’ established practices. 624 more words

GDP & Employment

NLRB Rejects McDonald's Procedural Motions

By George J. Miller

Earlier this month, the National Labor Relations Board issued two decisions rejecting procedural motions filed by McDonald’s, USA in the pending unfair labor practice cases filed against it and certain McDonald’s franchisees.   712 more words

Labor Law