Fighting Big Labor’s Agenda at the NLRB
Act now to stop the NLRB’s Overreach
Members of Congress need to stand up for the rights of America’s workers and employers and hold the NLRB accountable. Take action now and tell your representative to support legislation that will stop the NLRB’s overreach and engage in aggressive, meaningful oversight of the agency.
The National Labor Relations Act calls for a balance between the interests of unions and business and for the NLRB to act as a neutral party in resolving disputes. Unfortunately, dramatic policy shifts threaten both workers and employers and will undermine the NLRB’s ability to act as an impartial agency.
A group of Amazon workers represented by the Amazon Labor Union filed a lawsuit against union leaders for alleged anti-democratic practices.
While the Teamsters’ strike ostensibly is about working conditions at the facility, the reality is that the union is angry that “Amazon has refused to recognize and honor the union contract” that a different company agreed to.
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 U.S. Chamber of Commerce and a coalition of business groups filed a lawsuit against the National Labor Relations Board over its new joint employer rule.
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.
U.S. Chamber of Commerce SVP Glenn Spencer issued the following statement regarding a new rule from the NLRB that abandons a clear, straightforward standard in favor of a vague and expansive standard for determining joint employment.
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 current General Counsel of the National Labor Relations Board has levied an assault on the very kinds of open discussion and free speech the National Labor Relations Act explicitly protects.