The West Virginia Supreme Court has upheld the state's right-to-work law, the Workplace Freedom Act.
The final rule will provide businesses "clarity, stability and predictability" in determining whether they are joint employers of another business's employees under federal labor law, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) said.
Workers at Kickstarter, the online crowdsourcing tech company, have won the first successful union organizing drive at a large tech company.
CNN has agreed to pay $76 million in backpay to settle a long-standing case with the NLRB. The monetary settlement is the largest in the agency's history and will be distributed to more than 300 individuals.
The National Labor Relations Board released a long-awaited rule on union elections as well as issuing new rulings affecting dues checkoff requirements, use of employer email systems for organizing and work rules requiring confidentiality during workplace investigations.
The NLRB has published a Notice of Proposed Rule Making that would exempt undergraduate and graduate students working in connection with their studies from the NLRB's reach.
Two new NLRB rulings make it more difficult for a union to organize a micro-unit within an organization and adopt a new standard for determining whether a unilateral change of a term or condition of employment by an employer violates the National Labor Relations Act.
The NLRB Office of General Counsel has released an advice memo providing insight into the types of social media work rules that are unlawfully overbroad following its 2017 ruling in The Boeing Company.
Federal labor law does not prohibit employers from promulgating mandatory arbitration agreements in response to employees opting in to a collective action under wage and hour laws, the National Labor Relations Board ruled in Cordúa Restaurants.
A new law extends collective bargaining rights, overtime and other labor protections to farm workers in New York.
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