Posts tagged Pennsylvania Labor Relations Board
In a case that could be destined for the Supreme Court, Allentown Symphony musician says he shouldn’t have to pay union dues to perform
April 15, 2022 // “Our client’s goal is to make sure that Janus is expanded to all of the bargaining units that are covered by the Supreme Court decision,” said Nathan McGrath, president of The Fairness Center, a public interest legal group that represents those who object to mandatory public-sector union membership.
Port Authority union seeks preliminary injunction against agency’s vaccine mandate
February 28, 2022 // The ATU Local 85 has filed a grievance and a charge with the Pennsylvania Labor Relations Board alleging that the Port Authority violated the Pennsylvania Labor Relations Act by implementing the mandate without first bargaining with the union.
Stephen Bloom: Reforms would reduce corruption and restore workers’ rights
February 14, 2022 // It is illegal for any other organization or individual to use taxpayer resources for campaign politics, but government unions have an exemption from rules designed to prevent corruption. Thanks in large part to this special privilege, these unions are one of the largest, most powerful special interest groups in Pennsylvania.