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Mandatory Union Fees at Risk

The U.S. Supreme Court will listen to arguments soon in another challenge to the mandatory fees that some government employees must pay to their unions for negotiating and administering their contracts.  Read More ›

Categories: Employment, Employment Tax & Withholding, Labor Relations, U.S. Supreme Court, Union

Are You Paying Your Employees Enough to Keep Them?

According to the Wall Street Journal on July 21st, for the first time in many years, pay for the lowest income Americans are rising faster than for any other group. Read More ›

Categories: Employment, Labor Relations, News, Wage and Hour

UAW Rips Off Employees Twice in Chrysler Fiasco

In a stunning development, reported Thursday by the Detroit Newspapers including Crain's Detroit, a former Chrysler labor negotiator was in collusion with several high executives of UAW and has pocketed more than $1.2 million worth of money and goods that was supposed to have been used for UAW employee training purposes. Read More ›

Categories: Labor Relations, Lawsuit