There’s a New Sheriff in Town

The day he was inaugurated President Biden fired Peter Robb, then General Counsel of the NLRB. Robb, in his time as General Counsel, was instrumental in presiding over the agency regarding policy, and via his memos, reversed much of the … Continued

Help Wanted!!!

HELP WANTED!!!     July 9, 2018   Will escalating wages lead to pay-led inflation for the first time ever, and leave unionized employers in a perilous staffing crisis?   It’s no secret that we’re experiencing a job vacancy challenge. … Continued

2017 Union Members Report Data

The formation of unions is problematic to the overall structure of a business. While employees have a right to form a union, an organizing drive can be a devastating experience for your organization or business. It is important for management … Continued

Heads Up – New NLRB General Counsel Comes In Smoking

December 5, 2017   As anticipated, President Trump’s new General Counsel for the National Labor Relations Board has hit the ground running. Peter Robb, nominated and confirmed last month, issued a memo on December 1st in essence reversing all of … Continued

Heads Up – The Cavalry Is On The Way…

For the first time in 8½ years, reason may return to the national labor policy arena.   The new Congress has proposed legislative actions to reverse some of the draconian and shamefully biased positions of the Obama administration. There are … Continued

Strike4Democracy: What You Need To Know As A Business Owner

  Submerged beneath several feet of media chaff about General Michael Flynn is the largely unreported, expected nationwide strike against President Trump’s policies. Given what appears to be ignorance or disinterest by the major media outlets and the scant participation … Continued

2016 UNION MEMBERS REPORT DATA INFO-GRAPHIC

The Bureau of Labor and Statistics released its 2016 Union Members Report at the end of January. Here is a snapshot of some key data from this report in a quick, informational info-graphic. If you are unable to see the … Continued