Monthly Archives: November 2010

AFL-CIO: Another Push to Get Employee Free Choice Act Passed

Another attempt is being made to get the Employee Free Choice Act labor law reform passed in coming weeks. It would remove employer intimidation from the organizing process, making it easier for workers to join unions. AFL-CIO President Rich Trumka.

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Isakson Urgers National Mediation Board to Act Objectively on Delta Flight Attendant Election Results

U.S. Senator Johnny Isakson, R-Ga., today urged the National Mediation Board to act objectively when considering an interference claim by the Association of Flight Attendants.

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Regulatory Agency New Battlefield Against Big Labor’s Agenda

The Workforce Fairness Institute (WFI) today issued the following statement in response to comments from labor bosses concerning the Employee ‘Forced’ Choice Act (EFCA)”.

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Delta Ground Workers Reject Union

Unions lost their second big vote at Delta Air Lines on Thursday, with fleet service workers rejecting the union that had represented the same group at Northwest Airlines.

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Unions Feud over DNC Site

Dismayed by the accusation that Cleveland is insufficiently unionized to host the 2012 Democratic convention, the city’s AFL-CIO is firing back with a defense of its union hotel facilities.

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NLRB: Big Labor’s Stalking Horse?

For nearly two years, talk concerning labor law reform has centered on the Employee ‘Forced’ Choice Act (EFCA).

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Labor Board Edges to Pro-Union Stance

The National Labor Relations Board has long been accused by some critics of being a pawn for unions, while others take it to task for not doing enough to protect organized labor. Whatever one’s perspective, several seemingly pro-union actions by … Continue reading

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House Dems Elect Pelosi as Leader

Despite the party’s drubbing in the midterm elections, Speaker Nancy Pelosi will remain the Democratic leader in the next Congress.

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