Anti-union activists take another stab at gutting unions and silencing the voice of public sector workers.
Government workers keep their collective bargaining rights for now, but must be wary of future attacks.
Tyson Foods must pay $6 million it snubbed employees at Iowa plant for not allowing them to clock in before donning protective gear.
Justice Scalia's death likely means no precedent-setting decision will come from Supreme Court in the short term.
The most important union-related case in more than a generation was heard before the U.S. Supreme Court this morning, and its effects could be wide-reaching for the Teamsters and other unions.
The future for workers on the job could be shaped significantly by a spate of cases set to be considered by the U.S. Supreme Court during its current term. And it is something more everyday Americans need to be aware of and consider.
Public-sector employees have become a punching bag for anti-union forces who are trying to cripple the movement. But with the U.S. Supreme Court getting ready to consider a lawsuit that could allow workers to opt-out of paying union dues while still receiving representation, a new report shows just how much value union membership brings to workers' paychecks.