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ABC Driver Discriminated Against by Teamsters Union Bosses Finally Awarded Back Pay After Union Appeals Fail nrtw.org, October 14, 2015 After six years of legal maneuvering, Teamster Local 509 union officials are finally paying a worker more than $55,000 in pay he lost when it prevented him from working. The U.S. Circuit…(Read More)

Desperate for new sources of dues revenue, UAW union officials offering a “trick” to Chattanooga Volkswagen workers.  Even Labor Secretary Tom Perez is getting in on the act, declaring the U.S. will import German-style work councils. These co-called councils must operate under a union in the United States. And Volkswagen workers, having…(Read More)

Job, Income Data Indicate Right to Work Laws Economically Beneficial National Institute for Labor Relations Research Right to Work Fact Sheet, August 13, 2013 As of the end of 2012, 22 states had Right to Work laws on the books prohibiting the termination of employees for refusal to pay dues or fees to an unwanted…(Read More)

Former NLRB member Peter Kirsanow examines the qualifications of the Obama Administrations’ Secretary of Labor nominee.  Here’s the story on National Review Online. President Obama’s expected nomination of assistant attorney general Thomas Perez to be secretary of labor merits extremely close scrutiny by senators from both parties, for several concerns about Perez’s…(Read More)