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Go Ahead! Look Under UAW’s Hood The National Institute for Labor Relations Research (NILRR) created an expanding collection of United Auto Workers (UAW) financial reports that honest UAW union officials, members, forced-fee payers, vendors, and you may review at your leisure. You may discover irregularities that federal investigators and others missed. Go ahead…(Read More)

Just a few snippets from a National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) order that the Teamsters union was ordered to post. As the National Institute for Labor Relations Research obtains more NLRB posters we will keep adding to our newly created list of Unfair Labor Practice (ULP) related NLRB-ordered posters. This list should help illustrate…(Read More)

Feel free to download, handout, and post these Federal Notices that Union Officials were ordered to post by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB). Inform your friends and co-workers about their protections against these illegal union actions. We will regularly post other NLRB-ordered union notices. To receive updates on these posts, sign up…(Read More)

(Download 2019 Fall Right To Work Benefits Fact Sheet) Explanatory notes: *The term “Tax Freedom Day” was coined and popularized by the nonpartisan, Washington, D.C. based Tax Foundation. As the Tax Foundation has explained, it is “the day when Americans … finally have earned enough money to pay off their total [federal, state and local…(Read More)

Opinion: This Labor Day, celebrate the freedom and prosperity of right to work detroitnews.com, August 30, 2018   by Mark Mix Right-to-work states have enjoyed private sector job growth rates more than 1.3 times higher than in forced unionism states, according to an analysis of federal government statistics compiled by the National…(Read More)

Will Repeal Right to Work Law, Michigan Governor Candidate Vows heartland.org, June 12, 2018 Gretchen Whitmer, a candidate in the Michigan Democratic Party gubernatorial primary, says she will work to repeal the state’s right-to-work (RTW) law, if selected by her party and elected in November. Stan Greer, a senior research associate…(Read More)