Is Labor going after Peter Thiel to get at Trump?

By Nathan Mehrens

Some Labor regulations Trump can cut right away

By Nathan Mehrens

Reining in the anti-business National Labor Relations Board

By Nathan Mehrens

NLRB just nuked your private university safe spaces

By Nathan Mehrens Liberal parents who are dropping off a child at a private university beware; the liberal National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) just nuked your kid’s safe space. The NLRB earlier this week overruled previous precedent and decided that many types of students who perform duties such as teaching assistance as part of their degree programs are employees for […]

De Blasio ‘labor peace’ executive order puts thumb on scale in favor of unions in NYC

By Nathan Mehrens Bill de Blasio, Mayor of New York City, recently signed an executive order requiring “labor peace” agreements from retail and food service employers doing business on city development projects. These are projects that are broadly defined and include those receiving financial assistance from the City. The executive order, is, simply put, a local government thumb on the […]

OSHA’s war on the franchise business model

By Nathan Mehrens OSHA, and several federal agencies with jurisdiction over employment law have spent years pushing a greatly expanded theory of employer liability known as a joint employer standard. Newly-released records from the Obama Administration’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) show that they have been right in the middle of this and that they have conducted a large-scale, […]

Cartoon: Out on a limb

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Why are government employees still getting paid on official time to do union work?

By Nathan Mehrens Will Rogers is reported to have once said, “be thankful we’re not getting all the government we’re paying for.” While there are certainly many areas where we’re not getting what we pay for, one area where the problem is particularly acute is in an obscure federal personnel practice known as “official time.” Official time is a practice […]

Public employee unions’ future in doubt with Supreme Court decision?

By Nathan Mehrens Is the practice of forcing public sector employees to pay agency fees to unions on the way out? Based on my observation of the oral arguments in the Supreme Court on Monday in Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association, I think the answer may be yes. This case involves a challenge to the practice of the forced payment […]

01.07.2016 in Big Labor, Featured by NetRight Daily 0

Mehrens: SEIU ‘drives the growth of government’

Americans for Limited Government Foundation President Nathan Mehrens outlines how the SEIU is driving the growth of government.

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