Posts tagged National Institute for Labor Relations Research
General Motors Worker Forces UAW Bosses to Stop Seizing Dues for Politics
September 6, 2022 // Even after a sweeping federal corruption probe that has resulted in jail sentences for at least 12 union executives, it seems some United Auto Workers (UAW) officials haven’t learned their lesson regarding misuse of worker funds. Rochester General Motors employee Roger Clemons this January won a settlement forcing UAW officials at his plant to stop illegally funneling money from his paycheck into union politics.
Jobs recovery far more rapid in right-to-work states
February 8, 2022 // "because federal labor law is the source of private-sector forced union dues and fees, Congress has the authority and the responsibility to fix the problem. To ensure post-COVID-19 recovery for employees, Congress should pass the National Right to Work Act."