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Arbitration Agreements and Unions: A Volatile Relationship

By UnionProof

The U.S. Supreme Court recently issued a decision concerning the right of employers to include mandatory arbitration agreements in contracts. An arbitration clause states that an employee agrees to not pursue legal action, individually or collectively, against an employer in court when protesting job-related issues like wrongful termination or wages. Instead, the employee agrees to […]

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Three Decisions By NLRB Today Favor Unions

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The National Labor Relations Board issued three predictable, but significant nonetheless, decisions, related to card-check and bargaining units today. The Board reversed the Dana ruling giving employees or rival unions the ability to immediately challenge a union’s status following a card-check authorization: Lamons Gasket Co., focuses on the new bargaining relationship created by an employer’s […]

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Legislation In The States Designed To Limit Union Influence

By Union Proof

While Wisconsin has garnered the most headlines for the public sector union fight because of the protests and national speakers who have visited the Badger state, it is certainly not the only state where lawmakers are looking to rein in unions. In Indiana, Democrats have caught the fleeing fever from fellow Democrats in Wisconsin over […]

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