All posts in "Labor Law"

Could This Be The End of Forced Union Dues in the Public-Sector?

By UnionProof

There is great angst among unions over the Supreme Court case of Janus v. AFSCME (American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees, Council 31) to be decided in 2018. Case 16-466 addresses whether unions representing public employees can force non-union employees to pay compulsory “agency fees.” The agency fees ostensibly go into the union […]


Insider SHORT: Top 10 Things Overheard At the Fall CUE Conference

By UnionProof

“CUE is the only place you can go to network and learn exclusively about positive employee relations and labor relations. The people are incredible. It’s a “can’t miss” meeting.” -CUE member, on the recent CUE survey 10) Those “Ask the Experts” dudes & dudettes, Nick Kalm (CCAC) , Tammie Rattray (LLAC) , Mark Stubley (LLAC) […]


The NLRA & Pay Secrecy – Do You Know the Law?

By UnionProof

The National Labor Relations Act, also known as the Wagner Act, severely limits employers who want to prevent pay discussions. Many companies would prefer that their employees not discuss their pay with other employees. Managers worry that employees may become jealous or feel they are unfairly compensated when salary data becomes known. However, they argue […]

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