Most American workers are hired “at will”: Employers owe their employees nothing in the relationship except earned wages, and employees are at liberty to quit at their option.
Author Archives: Raymond Hogler
Winning the election doesn’t automatically mean workers are unionized and get a labor contract. It means only they have the right to negotiate for one.
The Supreme Court on Feb. 26 heard arguments in a case that could deliver a devastating blow to organized labor.
These contracts may make sense for CEOs and other top executives who possess trade secrets but seem nonsensical when they are applied to low-wage workers.
By not dealing with the union, Yale is taking a necessary step to test the legality of the “micro-units.”
Trumps victory follows a straight line from the defeat of the Labor Reform Act of 1978 to the election of 2016.
If the results of legalization initiatives on this year’s ballot are all “yes,” about 23 percent of Americans will be able to use marijuana socially. But the conflict between state and federal law creates an unstable financial environment for producers and retailers.