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Fighting Big Labor’s Agenda at the NLRB

Boxing gloves to fight the NLRB

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.


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A group of Amazon workers represented by the Amazon Labor Union filed a lawsuit against union leaders for alleged anti-democratic practices.

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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.

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