Employees at Amazon's Bessemer, Alabama, warehouse have overwhelming voted against joining the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union, following a highly watched organizing effort.
The NLRB ruled that Tesla engaged in unlawful union-busting activity during a 2017 union-organizing campaign at its flagship manufacturing plant.
The NLRB has denied Amazon's request to block a regional director's order to conduct a union election using mail-in ballots.
While the US lost nearly 10 million jobs in 2020, the union membership rate actually increased according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, including for private employers.
An employer does not have a duty to bargain with a union over employee discipline prior to reaching a first collective bargaining agreement, according to a recent NLRB ruling.
The DC Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that an employee must affirmatively request union representation to invoke their Weingarten rights under the National Labor Relations Act.
A federal district court has blocked five key provisions of final rules that modify procedures for union representation elections, while allowing other parts of the final rules to take effect.
The West Virginia Supreme Court has upheld the state's right-to-work law, the Workplace Freedom Act.
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.
News: Guidance for HR on laws governing unions in the workplace.
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