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This letter was sent to the President of the United States, regarding ongoing contract negotiations between the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) and the Pacific Maritime Association (PMA). A copy was also sent to Acting Secretary of Labor Julie Su.
West Coast ports and dockworkers are negotiating a new labor contract. If things don't go well there could be delays that undermine U.S. competitiveness.
The Glacier Northwest ruling offers an important protection for employers facing destructive union behavior. If taken too far, such behavior may come at a steep price for the union.
The union campaign to organize Starbucks has had many twists and turns since first launched in 2021. Here's everything you need to know.
The National Labor Relations Board General Counsel has blatantly overstepped in a recent memo declaring noncompete agreements illegal under the National Labor Relations Act.
NLRB Regional Director rejects Starbucks workers' request in Buffalo to get rid of their union.
A new complaint against Amazon CEO Andy Jassy continues the NLRB's ongoing campaign to suppress free speech rights.
In another twist in the saga of the union campaign against Starbucks, the NLRB prosecutes the company for defending itself.
New petitions filed by Starbucks workers seek to get rid of their SEIU representation.
The Teamsters Union is attempting to tell Amazon which contractors it should do business with.