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The Workfront: High Stake Labor Law Showdowns

Yesterday, we delved into the increasingly contentious dynamic between federal agencies, like the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), and their challengers in the legal arena. These aren’t the only challenges the NLRB and other agencies face; employers are actively using the legal system to push back on many fronts.

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An Automotive Tune-Up: The UAW’s Current State Of Organizing

Much has been made of the United Auto Workers’ dwindling membership numbers, and rightfully so. No matter how one paints the picture, a zenith of 1.5 million members compared to the current 380,000 is a substantial and frankly embarrassing fall.

A Drier St. Patrick’s Day Ahead? An Update On Multiple Beer Strikes In The Forecast

We already warmed up the discussion for this brewing kerfuffle, which could toss a wrench in St. Patrick’s Day festivities. Earlier this month, the union doubled strike benefits for brewery workers to $1000 per week, and here is how the union is using that boost

The Friday Workfront: Developing Labor Trends

As more traditional labor unions like the Teamsters and the UAW have been dominating headlines in 2023, the once trendy labor organizations known as worker centers have taken a bit of a back seat, but that may be changing.

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IBT = Teamsters | SEIU = Service Employees | UAW = Autoworkers | UFCW = Food & Commercial Workers | IAM = Machinists | CNA-NNOC = California Nurses, National Nurse Organizing Committee

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A Drier St. Patrick’s Day Ahead? An Update On Multiple Beer Strikes In The Forecast

We already warmed up the discussion for this brewing kerfuffle, which could toss a wrench in St. Patrick’s Day festivities. Earlier this month, the union doubled strike benefits for brewery workers to $1000 per week, and here is how the union is using that boost

A Union-Fueled Automation Conundrum: The Restaurant Industry’s Chess Vs. Checkers

“Unions are playing checkers, while companies are playing chess.” Kerr further explains that “automation has already been operationally deployed that can replace line workers” at McDonald’s, Burger King, Jack-in-the-Box, and Carl’s Jr in California. 

An Automotive Tune-Up: The UAW’s Current State Of Organizing

Much has been made of the United Auto Workers’ dwindling membership numbers, and rightfully so. No matter how one paints the picture, a zenith of 1.5 million members compared to the current 380,000 is a substantial and frankly embarrassing fall.

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A Drier St. Patrick’s Day Ahead? An Update On Multiple Beer Strikes In The Forecast

We already warmed up the discussion for this brewing kerfuffle, which could toss a wrench in St. Patrick’s Day festivities. Earlier this month, the union doubled strike benefits for brewery workers to $1000 per week, and here is how the union is using that boost

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