NLRB: Legacy must recognize union

Legacy Health asked the NLRB to annul a nurse union vote at Unity Behavioral Health, but all three Trump appointees rejected its legal appeal.

At Reed College, students are unionizing

In the dorms, a new independent union of residential advisors wants greater security and improved compensation.

U.S. Senate confirms Trump nominees to the NLRB

The federal agency that protects workers’ right to form a union may now be about to reverse years of progress.

NLRB rules McKenzie-Willamette Hospital broke labor law

The Springfield facility is part of America’s second-biggest for-profit hospital chain

NLRB says painting contractor broke federal labor law

Nonunion Edwards Painting of Oregon City will go before a judge May 6

ILWU and EGT sign 5-year deal at Longview grain terminal

The contract ends a several-year battle over who would operate the $200 million grain facility.

Occupy Aveda: Unionists turn up pressure on Dosha

Aveda sites are leafletted in six cities, while in Portland, pickets and a brief occupation.

Rich Ahearn, NLRB regional director, retires

Ahearn's replacement is Ronald Hooks, from the NLRB's Memphis office.

More workers fired for Facebook postings

A Frito-Lay worker is fired after complaining about a supervisor on Facebook.

Judge hears NLRB complaint vs. Boeing over South Carolina move

NLRB’s case against Boeing goes to the heart of workers’ right to strike.

NLRB sees unprecedented political interference in Boeing case

Imagine if the EPA tried to fine BP for the Gulf oil spill … Congress was a call to repeal the law.

Rogue Ales puts chill on Teamsters Union campaign

When its minimum wage brewers sought a union, Rogue Ales lawyered up and fired two.

Senators to NLRB: Don’t cave to GOP pressure on Boeing

Ten U.S. senators in asking the National Labor Relations Board to ignore political pressure.

Anti-union campaign causes private school closure

Enrollment drops after Portland French School spends $170,000 opposing efforts to join AFT.

Workers fired for Facebook posts; NLRB investigates

Employers are increasingly firing workers for Facebook rants. But that’s against federal labor law.