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by Guest Post | on Mar 21, 2017

Victory: Employer must pay Union back

An administrative law judge for the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has ruled against Wisconsin metal fabrication company Metalcraft’s union busting tactics and has ordered the company to...

by Press and Media | on Mar 15, 2017

The Racist origins of Right to Work

With Right to Work Laws popping up all over the country, even in the very pro-union Northeast, we decided to take a look at the racist origins of these laws.  Right to Work is being pushed...

by Kris LaGrange | on Feb 28, 2017

Exposing Weakness and Changing Tact

A few years ago I got into a heated argument with a newspaper reporter charged with covering the industry that one of our union clients worked in. When he needed a quote from the workforce, he would...

by Press and Media | on Feb 22, 2017

Stopping Right to Work in Delaware

As UCOMM Blog previously reported, Delaware is currently going through a fight to prevent Right to Work (for Less) Legislation.  Republicans in the Senate are attempting to include Right to Work...

by Brian Young | on Feb 16, 2017

New Hampshire still bargaining freely!

Right to work has failed to enter into the Northeast.  Today members of the Republican controlled New Hampshire House voted overwhelmingly against a proposal to make the state Right to Work (for...

by Brian Young | on Feb 13, 2017

"This makes no economic sense"

This year unions have been beat up around the country as legislatures around the country have been introducing Right to Work (for Less) legislation. Right to Work (for Less) laws allow employees...

by Brian Young | on Feb 08, 2017

GOP: No Bargaining or Davis Bacon in Iowa

The attack on organized labor is happening across the country.  Recently UCOMM has reported on the national effort to pass Right to Work (for Less), a court case to take away teachers rights to...

by Kris LaGrange | on Feb 07, 2017

Unions meet your demise: Yohn v. California Teachers

About one in five American Federation of Teachers (AFT) members voted for Trump in November 2016. In the larger National Education Association (NEA), which comprises more than 3 million members, one...

by AFL-CIO | on Feb 06, 2017

Right to work doesn't just hurt union members

I spent 36 years working at the Bridgestone Tire plant in Oklahoma City. The work was hard but rewarding. It afforded me the opportunity to provide for my family, always ensure there was enough food...

by Brian Young | on Feb 03, 2017

Battleground Delaware

Unions in Delaware are literally fighting for their lives to protect collective bargaining in their state.  This battle is playing out in the fight for one state senate seat in New Castle County...

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