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Unionized employees who participated in a one-day strike at Mayo Clinic Health System in Albert Lea, Minn. , Dec. 19 returned to work Tuesday, according to the Albert Lea Tribune.
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In These Times features award-winning investigative reporting about corporate malfeasance and government wrongdoing, insightful analysis of national and international affairs, and sharp cultural criticism about events and ideas that matter.
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Ford plans to import its next-generation Focus sedan from China, abandoning plans to build the small car in Mexico. Production will begin in the second half of 2019.
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Although a labor contract was signed this year, Ocean City voters will decide on Nov. 8, 2018 whether the local firefighter/paramedic unio
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As automation takes on more and more tasks, what will human workers do?
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Here is a look at what employees can post on Facebook and other social media sites and what rights employers have with regard to employment.
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One in five workers already has their tips stolen.
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In These Times features award-winning investigative reporting about corporate malfeasance and government wrongdoing, insightful analysis of national and international affairs, and sharp cultural criticism about events and ideas that matter.
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by Lisa A. Krupicka Hard to believe that 2017 is almost over but here we are. I don’t have a particularly good knack for making predictions, but I don’t have to be a legal wizard to tell you what to expect in employment law in 2018: Change, change, change! Here are some areas that HR […]
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Here are some of the key issues employers should monitor in 2018 that may trigger a handbook update.
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Across the country, many Americans will ring in 2018 with a raise. On December 31 and January 1, the minimum wage will go up in 18 states and about 20 cities and counties, according to an analysis by the National Employment Law Project.
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Changes in the law often occur more subtly through administrative processes than through the legislative or judicial branches of government. In 2017, that happened in employment law. While President Trump wrestled with the courts over his executive orders
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Across the country, many Americans will ring in 2018 with a raise. On December 31 and January 1, the minimum wage will go up in 18 states and about 20 cities and counties, according to an analysis by the National Employment Law Project. In some cases, the increases put employees closer to a $15 an …
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As midnight strikes on New Year's Eve, many minimum wage workers will have an extra reason to celebrate: They'll be getting a raise. In 18 states
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With everyone weighing in on the ultimate fate of the North American Free Trade Agreement, it almost seems as if we’re cataloging their bets to see just how right or wrong they’ll be in the negotiatory aftermath. Considering there has been such a limited amount of progress on the trade talks, there honestly isn’t much …
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Spanish PM Mariano Rajoy reached an agreement with trade unions to raise the minimum wage by 28.4 euros more a month in 2018, which means by 2019 it will rise to 773 euros a month and 850 euros by 2020.
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Thursday: Taxes, Palm Springs pools, another Sacramento retirement and rain.
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On December 14, 2017, the new Republican majority at the National Labor Relations Board (the “Board”) overturned a controversial Obama-era decision regarding joint employment
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Tom Coomer has retired twice: once when he was 65, and then several years ago. Each time he realized that with just a Social Security check, “You can hardly make it these days.”
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Labor and the unions have mocked the Turnbull government dropping its "jobs and growth" mantra in favour of a new slogan, "Let's kee
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Even as Tesla struggles to deliver its entry-level Model 3 sedan to consumers amid plans to produce a compact SUV, an electric semi, and a new Roadster, CEO Elon Musk is touting yet another vehicle.
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In These Times features award-winning investigative reporting about corporate malfeasance and government wrongdoing, insightful analysis of national and international affairs, and sharp cultural criticism about events and ideas that matter.
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Corporate executives and industry lobbyists started cheering this month before the ink had even dried on a decision by the Trump administration’s National Labor Relations Board overturning an Obama-era “joint employer” standard....
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Trump is due by the end of January to render his first decision in response to petitions from U.S. companies seeking tariffs or import quotas on Chinese solar panels and washing machines manufactur…
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In These Times features award-winning investigative reporting about corporate malfeasance and government wrongdoing, insightful analysis of national and international affairs, and sharp cultural criticism about events and ideas that matter.
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Description: 14-day strike starts today, Author: Bev Fearis - TravelMole Media Group LLC, Publish Date: 22 December 2017, Image: , Category: Travel News
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Golden State's legalization of recreational marijuana on Jan. 1 seen as golden opportunity to organize new labor pool
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Jerry Dias, president of the Canadian union Unifor, isn't a man to mince words. The North American Free Trade Agreement, he predicts, 'is going to blow up in 2018.'
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GOSHEN, Calif. (AP) — Unions have caught a whiff of a rare opportunity to organize a whole new set of workers as recreational marijuana becomes legal in California.
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Major labor groups are looking to unionize tens of thousands of workers involved in marijuana production before the drug is legalized in California in January.
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Ford responded to a scathing report last week detailing rampant sexual harassmant at an assembly and stamping plant in Chicago with an apology from its CEO and a video message to workers saying it wouldn't be tolerated.
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The New York Times has a depressing article about the fait accompli of steel jobs in America under Trump. The realities of the evolving economy have meant that steel jobs and coal jobs, are disappearing as we become more and more of a servic
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Stephen Kinnock demands government step in over default plan for 122,000 members of British Steel pension scheme
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Employees at Amazon’s distribution center near Piacenza (in Italy) do not want to work overtime for the remainder of the year because they feel the holiday season puts too much pressure on them
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Ryanair had sought to avert a series of threatened strikes across Europe over Christmas by giving up its long-held opposition to recognizing unions
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German flight crew working for Ryanair have threatened more strikes after the airline managed to avoid major turbulence in the country during its first ever pilots’ walkout.
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Dec. 21--A small number of workers at O'Hare International Airport's restaurants, bars and coffee shops walked off the job for several hours Thursday -- one of the busiest travel days of the year -- to push for higher wages and affordable healt
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Trump has walked away from all of his campaign promises. And now more jobs are disappearing.
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Workers for a Ferguson nursing home are three weeks into a strike over claims of unfair labor practices. Now, they’re receiving letters from the
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Xavier Becerra is the attorney general of California. Aimee Feinberg is a deputy solicitor general in the California Department of Justice. States like California have a great deal on the line in Janus v. American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees, Council 31: Unions that give
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Ford Motor Co. CEO Jim Hackett apologized to employees after sexual harassment claims from the automaker's Chicago plants.
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After six years of negotiations, Las Vegas-based ultra LCC Allegiant Air and its 1,150 flight attendants have a contract.
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The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) led by the GOP has reversed almost all of Obama’s legacy union rules. This is so pro-business that we can expect that to be another important aspect …
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About 200 workers at Dulles International Airport went on strike this week over what they say is low pay and their management’s refusal to recognize their union.
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Longtime readers of this blog and attendees of our seminars are well aware that, in recent years, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has not been particularly kind t
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Airline agreed in writing to recognise pilots’ union
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