Union, United Grain deny agency’s allegations

By Aaron Corvin, The Columbian

In their long-running contract dispute, the International Longshore and Warehouse Union and United Grain Corp. at the Port of Vancouver agree on at least one thing: The National Labor Relations Board’s allegations that both sides have engaged in unfair labor practices are off base.

VW Boss–Unionize or Else!

By Mickey Kaus, The Daily Caller

The United Auto Workers, having lost their big vote at VW’s Chattanooga factory, have filed an “unfair labor practice” complaint with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB).

Health Care Workers Having Trouble Finding Union That Plays Fair

By Jack Spencer, Michigan Capitol Confidential

The National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation has gone to the National Labor Relations Board alleging unfair labor practices on behalf of employees at Mercy Health Partners Hackley Campus in Muskegon and the Luther Manor skilled nursing facility in Saginaw.

Walmart: Victim Of A Partisan National Labor Relations Board

By Peter Schaumber, Forbes

Walmart is a company that Big Labor and its allies love to hate. Despite a coordinated media campaign vilifying the company and “hit and run” walk-outs aimed at disrupting operations, Walmart’s 1.3 million employees remain largely beyond Labor’s reach. The projected “nationwide” walk-outs of “thousands of employees” have fizzled.

Anti-Union VW Workers to Appeal UAW Ruling

By Neal E. Boudette, The Wall Street Journal

An antiunion worker at Volkswagen AG VOW3.XE -0.08%’s plant in Chattanooga, Tenn., said Friday he and several other employees plan to appeal a ruling by the National Labor Relations Board, a move that could delay any vote by employees on unionizing the factory.