We believe in fostering trust and mutual respect between employers and workers who together serve their customers and communities. The U.S. Chamber promotes legislation that leads to a stable business climate, a strong economy, and good jobs. We work with policymakers on behalf of both unionized and non-unionized businesses and fight back against the one-sided, anti-employer agenda of special interest organizations.
A timeline of the ways in which the current Administration has promoted labor unions above all else, including workers, employers, and the economy – and how the Chamber has pushed back.
The union campaign to organize Starbucks has had many twists and turns since first launched in 2021. Here's everything you need to know.
In a saga spanning over 11 years, the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) recently filed for bankruptcy.
A recent letter draws attention to the fact that only Congress can change federal labor law, no matter what labor unions say.
Under the rule, many companies could find themselves facing liability for workers they don’t employ and workplaces they don’t actually control.
The Biden administration's "whole of government" approach to promoting labor unions is harmful to workers, employers, and the economy, a new white paper from the U.S. Chamber finds.
The investigation centered on allegations of misconduct during a mail-in ballot election at a Starbucks store in Kansas.
The NLRB’s Cemex decision threatens to impose collective bargaining on employers and employees with a secret ballot election.
The U.S. Chamber is urging the Senate to hold off on the confirmation until it can be paired with a Republican nominee, keeping with Senate tradition when there are vacancies for each party.