Unions Brace for Pro-business Shift in Labor Policy Under Trump
The article, “Unions Brace for Pro-business Shift in Labor Policy Under Trump,” featured on KWSN Sports Radio, discussed how unions in the United States face sweeping changes to labor law and regulations under a new Republican administration that is expected to tilt policy toward employers.
Steve Bernstein said the Trump administration and Congress may also target recent National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) rulings that allowed workers to picket on private property, expanded the type of worker activity protected by federal labor law and gave graduate students the right to unionize.
“It's also fair to assume that Trump will be inclined to repeal a host of executive orders supporting unions," particularly rules that apply to federal contracts, Steve said in a statement.
To read the full article, please visit KWSN Sports Radio.