Virginia’s ranking fell more than any other state in the in the Commonwealth Foundation’s 50 State Labor Report “The Battle for Worker Freedom in the […]
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.
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 […]
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 […]