Our new analysis of NLRB election data reveals how current NLRB procedures, which grant employers significant control over the timing of the election process, can prevent workers from fairly choosing whether or not to have union representation.
Unions & Worker Organizations
Area of Expertise
Comparative Labor Law
John Logan, Ph.D., U.S. labor history, University of California, Davis, is an expert on the anti-union industry and anti-union legislation in the U.S., and comparative labor issues, particularly how multinational companies treat employees and unions differently in the U.S. compared to European countries.
UNI Global Union commissioned this research in response to concerns raised by employees and the UFCW union in the USA. Its aim was to investigate employee allegations and to provide an objective assessment of the true situation in Tesco Fresh & Easy.
Edited by John Logan, with an introduction by Robert B. Reich. Essays and research illustrating that the way to get the economy back on track is to boost the purchasing power of the middle class, and one major way to do this is to expand the percentage of working Americans in unions.
Union Recognition and Collective Bargaining: How Does the United States Compare With Other Democracies?
Perspectives on Work Online Companion The Employee Free Choice Act (EFCA) is undoubtedly one of the most significant and controversial bills facing the new Congress. Its opponents have attempted to…