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The U.S. Department of Labor’s union membership report for 2022 showed that union membership as a percentage of the workforce declined to 10.1%, the lowest on record.
Media outlets gushed over a purported surge in unionization in 2022, however, new data further illustrates why that is just not the case.
The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments on January 10 in a case addressing the question of whether the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) preempts a state tort claim against a labor union for intentionally destroying an employer’s property during such a dispute.
This Key Vote Alert! letter was sent to the Members of the United States Senate supporting S. 1486, the “Pregnant Workers Fairness Act (PWFA),” and the addition of PWFA to the Consolidated Appropriations Act of FY2023.
This Hill letter was sent to Members of the United States Congress supporting the Providing Urgent Maternal Protections (PUMP) for Nursing Mothers Act.
It remains to be seen if American Steel will result in the same disruption caused by Specialty Healthcare, but if history is any guide the answer is almost certainly yes.
A new ESG rule continues political back and forth over retirement plans.