decline of the unions
decline of the unions
CA Court Rules Teacher Tenure Laws Unconstitutional

Teachers’ unions suffered a setback today in California: An LA court ruled that the state’s teacher tenure regulations are unconstitutional.

decline of the unions
The UAW Abandons Tennessee

The United Auto Workers union suddenly has withdrawn its opposition to the recent anti-unionization vote in Tennessee. Will it retreat from the whole south next?

decline of the unions
It's Not Just the U.S.

Tony Abbott is up in polls in Australia after vowing to crack down on labor union corruption. The labor movement’s troubles are not just found in the United States.

decline of the unions
Workers Deal Massive Blow to United Auto Workers

American unions have just suffered one of their best setbacks in recent years. Yesterday the workers at Volkswagen’s Chattanooga, Tennessee plant rejected unionization with the United Auto Workers. What is stunning is that the company, Volkswagen, supported the unionization drive, in part because Germany’s powerful car workers’ union pressured management to do so.

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