Vorys on Labor

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Tag Archives: AFSCME

Supreme Court Poised to Potentially Strike Down Mandatory Union Dues in the Public Sector

Posted in Courts, Union Membership
The Supreme Court announced on Thursday that it will re-visit the issue of whether public sector employees can be made to pay mandatory fees to a public sector union despite not being a member of the union. As readers of this blog will recall, this question was at the center of a Supreme Court decision… Continue Reading

Gov. Elect Kasich Announces Intent to Revoke Executive Order

Posted in Union Organizing
In 2007, and again in 2008, Governor Strickland signed executive orders that significantly expanded the scope of unionization in Ohio.  The executive orders provided a legal framework for certain unions to organize independent home health care providers and home child care workers.  These are individuals who work for themselves, but obtain reimbursement from the State.  Governors… Continue Reading