Possibly foretelling a trend in protected labor protests following the Supreme Court's ruling overturning Roe v. Wade, Activision Blizzard workers walked off the job recently to pressure the game design company to end gender inequity.
Employers in Connecticut cannot compel employees to attend mandatory meetings held to dissuade employees from joining a union, effective July 1.
A member of the US women's soccer bargaining team spoke of this first-of-its-kind collective bargaining agreement "setting a new value for women in the workforce."
Amazon fought off a unionizing drive by the Amazon Labor Union at a second New York City warehouse, winning by a vote of 618 to 380.
Mandatory meetings during a unionizing campaign, in which employers explain why they think employees should not join a union, should be declared unlawful, according to the NLRB General Council.
An independent grass-roots union has become the first to successfully unionize an Amazon workplace in the US, winning by more than 500 votes.
President Biden has nominated Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, of the DC Circuit Court of Appeals, to be the first Black woman to serve on the Supreme Court. If confirmed, it would also mark the first time four of the nine justices have been women.
An arbitrator has awarded a former University of Connecticut (UConn) basketball coach over $11 million after finding that the school wrongfully terminated him.
The US Department of Labor, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and National Labor Relations Board have announced a joint effort to raise awareness about workplace retaliation issues.
Employers charged with violating the National Labor Relations Act may soon face tough new remedies in both settlement agreements and board rulings, following two memos issued by the NLRB General Counsel.
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