With several localities in Virginia having passed ordinances allowing government unions a monopoly on representing public employees, the Thomas Jefferson Institute for Public Policy today
F. Vincent Vernuccio
Visiting Fellow for Workplace Freedom Mr. F. Vincent Vernuccio is also a senior fellow at Virginia Works, and a senior labor policy adviser for Workers for Opportunity. He brings over a decade of expertise in labor law and policy and is regarded as one of the leading experts in the field. Having served as a member of the Federal Service Impasses Panel. He may be reached at Vinnie@vernucciostrategies.com.
As a handful of localities push to give government unions a monopoly over public employee contracts, lawmakers in Richmond are looking to protect public employees
In 2020 the Virginia Assembly changed a decades-old law and allowed local governments to collectively bargain with most public employees. The law went into effect
Virginia’s new collective bargaining law is forcing local government officials to deal with a controversial issue fraught with potential errors and legal risks. If the
Allowing collective bargaining will put yet another special interest ahead of the parents who simply want a say in what is best for their children. Virginia parents soon could lose even more control over
Local government leaders are negotiating with union executives who have not been officially recognized by public employees they claim to represent. Counties in northern Virginia