Uber’s Deal with NYC Union Bides Time Before Union Organizing Commences
By Management Labor Lawyer | | NLRB, Uncategorized
Uber probably just considers this the cost of doing business in NYC. Uber drivers have expressed frustration over the appeal process for deactivated accounts. Now, with assistance provided by the International Association of Machinists union (IAM), the 40,000 Uber drivers in New York City can take their cases to arbitration with a group called the…Read More →
Supreme Court to Review Union Corporate Campaign Tactic: Are Neutrality Agreements Lawful?
By Management Labor Lawyer | | Corporate Campaigns, Neutrality Agreements, Union Organizing
Every so often I highlight especially well written and timely articles from some of the blogs that I follow. Today, Seyfarth Shaw, LLP discusses union corporate campaigns and how the US Supreme Court will decide whether neutrality agreements during organizing campaigns are lawful. To read the original post, click here. By Seyfarth Shaw LLP…Read More →