A regional director of the National Labor Relations Board has ruled that Dartmouth's men's basketball players are employees who can form a union.
The National Labor Relations Board holds a hearing to decide on the question. The answer could radically alter college athletics and its division of revenues.
The laws are aimed at closing wage gaps within and between companies. But not all workplaces seem to want transparency.
The standard for defining who's an employee and who's an independent contractor has gone back and forth in the courts for years.
The National Labor Relations Board's resources have been stretched thin at a time when union organizing is surging.
Federal labor board lobbies for additional funding, staffing resources as Congressional deadline looms
The NLRB warns that no increase in funding could result in agency furloughs.
The National Labor Relations Board has proposed a new rule that would make companies that use contract, temp and staffing-firm employees more responsible for their wages and working conditions.
A Senate committee is set to consider two Biden appointees to the National Labor Relations Board.
It rolls back an Obama-era policy that held some corporations accountable for labor violations by subcontractors and franchisees.
Republicans have control of the NLRB for the first time in almost a decade.