When Must The Fair Share Fee Amount Be Disclosed To Fee Objectors?

Stephen R. McCutcheon, Jr., Attorney at Law Employees in a workplace subject to a union security clause may object to the union’s spending of funds on political matters and other issues that are not germane to collective bargaining. Such employees may resign from the union, but must pay to the union an amount equivalent to … More When Must The Fair Share Fee Amount Be Disclosed To Fee Objectors?

Court Criticizes NLRB For Serving As The SEIU’s “Litigation Arm”

Stephen R. McCutcheon, Jr., Attorney at Law It is an unfortunate reality that the National Labor Relations Board’s position on an issue often swings back and forth depending upon the political party holding the Presidency. The current administration has undeniably staked out a strong pro-union agenda, identifying a number of established NLRB precedents governing the … More Court Criticizes NLRB For Serving As The SEIU’s “Litigation Arm”