News From: Union busting

by Brian Young | on Aug 28, 2017

Who is Ogletree?

When a workforce is organizing and the employer wants to bust the union, anti-union law firms are brought in to guide the company. These high-priced lawyers are brought in with one goal, to squash...

by Guest Post | on Jun 26, 2017

Canada Repeals Laws Aimed at Crippling Unions

Making good on a campaign pledge, the Liberal government under Prime Minister Justin Trudeau passed Bill C-4 into law, reversing the course set by the previous administration. One, Bill C-377,...

by Press and Media | on Mar 14, 2017

Uber Hates the Teamsters

Readers of UCOMM will know that Uber is a pretty bad company.  Earlier in the year, thousands deleted their Uber apps after the company tried to break a taxi strike in New York City.  Now...

by Workers Indepen... | on Dec 16, 2016

Santa, I want a union for Christmas

On December 22nd hundreds of California Cartage warehouse workers are having a union election. It's bringing temps together with direct hire warehouse workers as these workers stand up for their...

by Kate Hogan | on Dec 13, 2016

Not the first unfit President

He is the Presidential-Elect with no filter. The type of man who is compelled to reveal all of the thoughts that pop into his head, usually through a string of upset tweets like a teenage girl who...

by Brian Young | on Nov 15, 2016

New Balance Sucks

New Balance Shoes are well known as the American Made shoe.  Recently, finding the American made ones have been harder to find as the company has shipped most of their production overseas....

by Press and Media | on Nov 03, 2016

Taxpayer funded union-busting

The publicly financed Utah Transit Authority contracted to pay $3,000 a day each to some consultants, plus cover their travel expenses and, if UTA phoned them with questions, pay them another $375 an...

by Brian Young | on Sep 28, 2016

Caught on their cells

At many job locations, bosses use their employee handbook to sketch out the workplace rules and to let employees know what is and what isn’t expected of them.  Some employers have pushed...

by Press and Media | on Jul 27, 2016

Employers choosing labor lawyers

By LIBN Staff: With new overtime regulations to take effect Dec. 1, now more than ever, employers are finding it critical to check in with a labor and employment law expert to make certain they...

by United States D... | on Mar 23, 2016

Introducing Persuader Agreements

Our nation is continuing to recover from the worst recession in generations, with an economy that created 14.3 million jobs over 72 months, and the longest streak of private-sector job growth on...

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