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Labor Relations Radio, Ep 29—Mercatus Center’s Michael Farren On Unions, & Free Market Labor Policy
July 14, 2022 // In this episode of Labor Relations Radio, Dr. Farren discussed a “blue sky” vision of how unions could prosper by getting rid of “Unions’ Original Sin: Exclusive Representation” and competing in a free market workplace, as well as independent contractors and the problems with the PRO Act. A Pro-Union Vision for the 21st Century and Beyond
Minority Construction Worker Testifies to EEOC About Discriminatory Practices On Union Job Sites
May 20, 2022 // Although it has improved slightly in recent years, in certain major metropolitan areas—like Philadelphia—sexism and racism in the building trades has been a problem for decades.
IBEW’s Five-Year Strike In New York City Is Over As Union Walks Away
April 27, 2022 // A nearly five-year strike against Charter Communications/Spectrum Cable in New York City is now over, and the union—the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW)—has disclaimed interest in representing the workers, according to documents filed with the National Labor Relations Board.
The Teamsters Have A New Training Center To Teach Members To Grow Weed, But The Timing May Be Bad
April 26, 2022 // A training center opens just as there is a glut in the marijuana market.
Video: Amazon Protest (2020) Gerald Bryson shouting vulgarity
April 19, 2022 // Judge forces Amazon to rehire and pay back wages. Gerald Bryson shouts vulgarity, racist and sexist remarks at Amazon protest.
Labor Relations Radio, Ep. 2—Guest: F. Vincent Vernuccio of the Institute for American Workers
February 11, 2022 // On this episode of Labor Relations Radio, F. Vincent Vernuccio of the Institute for American Workers joins Labor Relations Radio host and LaborUnionNews.com editor Peter List for a wide-ranging discussion on union related issues from a pro-free market perspective.
House-Passed ‘America COMPETES Act’ Contains Union Neutrality, Card Check and Binding Arbitration
February 7, 2022 // The COMPETES Act contain provisions of the PRO Act, as well as the now defunct Employee Free Choice Act