The following is the Labor Union Report news recap from July 11, 2018. Unions included are AFGE, AFSCME, ILA, NTEU, Operating Engineers, SEIU, Steel Workers, Teamsters, and UNITE-HERE, as well as the NLRB.
- Local union president says use of her photo by Illinois Policy Institute “a form of identity theft”
- City reaches four-year agreements with Annapolis employee unions
International Longshoremen’s Association
- NLRB Launches Program Aimed At Increasing Use Of ADR
- D.C. Circuit reverses NLRB ruling on fired union officials’ backpay
- Businesses Want Labor Board Democrat Out
- Morning Spin: Union that endorsed Democrat J.B. Pritzker gives Conservative Party candidate Sam McCann nearly $80K
- Can Workers With Sun-Related Skin Issues File Workers Compensation Claims?
- Home Care Workers Sue for Reimbursement of Union Fees in Wake of Janus
- Suit Could Cost Cali Union $100 Million
- Trump Stops Dem Unions from Stealing from Parents of Disabled Kids
- Former Taj Mahal Workers Get $850 Each From Labor Dispute Settlement
- Labor Disputes Loom for Marriott Properties in Eight U.S. Cities
- UNITE HERE Report: Marriott and Host Emerge as Prime Focus of Contentious Union Contract Negotiations in 10 Cities