What’s missing from the rash of news reports and blog posts about the NLRB’s ruling allowing scholarship football players at Northwestern to vote on whether to join a union is an explanation of why the athletes want a union.

When we train employers on how to stay non-union, we focus on two things: fair compensation

February is going to be a busy month for presentations on new legal developments and you have plenty of opportunities to hear me speak.

If you work in the hospitality industry, you can see me speak for the LAHHRA (Los Angeles Hotel Human Resources Association) on February 21st.  I will be covering new legal developments

Here’s another post from guest blogger Chip Zuver.

The NLRB is again trying to trample employer free speech in order to aid union organizing. They’re attempting to justify changing well-established rules and procedures by making the absurd assertion that the current time frame for conducting elections are resolving challenges is too slow and that

In honor of Labor Day, I wanted to devote this blog post to a recent flurry of pro-union activity. While these are federal law labor law issues, they will most certainly impact California employers.

So what’s going on? You may remember a few years back when we all thought the Employee Free Choice Act (EFCA)