PSLabor News

PSLabor News

La medida, que impide un aumento salarial general del 2,1% que se establecería para entrar en vigencia en enero, se produce cuando cientos de miles de empleados federales esperan comenzar el nuevo año sin trabajo o trabajando sin remuneración debido a un cierre parcial del Gobierno. Los empleados federales de EE.UU. se preparan para un cierre del Gobierno extenso Trump amenaza con cerrar completamente la frontera sur Read Story
JANESVILLE, Wis. — At the General Motors assembly plant, Jeff Hanson horsed truck bodies onto vehicle frames — one every 56 seconds, hundreds in an eight-hour or 10-hour shift.It was one of Hanson's many jobs as a floating line worker, filling in wherever and whenever other co-workers were... Read Story
Only 15.9% of the coal mined in the first three quarters of 2018 came from mines that reported a union status, according to an S&P Global Market Intelligence analysis, down from 17% a decade ago. Read Story
Employees stopped Marriott from making them choose between wages and benefits. Read Story
The 56-page booklet includes a job description for local church communication leaders, and provides guidelines and practical tips on how to write and edit news articles, take great photos and use social media, video, branding and public and media relations to tell an organization’s story. Read Story
National Grid presented new terms for an agreement at the end of a bargaining session Friday night, details of which were not released Saturday.... Read Story
A group of family members of the arrested National Steel Group workers held a protest rally on December 29, to demand their loved ones' release. Read Story
After decades of declining power, workers across the US found their voice in 2018 and prevailed. Read Story
A groundswell of teacher discontent across the nation is spreading to California, energizing teachers unions to demand higher salaries and improved working conditions from school districts, along w…... Read Story
The Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union hopes to organize “many thousands of workers” who handle or sell cannabis after Gov. Cuomo and the Legislature approve a law in 2019 to legalize marijuana for recreational use. Read Story
Since Michigan’s right-to-work law went into effect, growing numbers of public employees have exercised their right to opt out of paying union dues and fees. Read Story
Legislators will vote on repealing Right to Work during the 2019 session, beginning next month. Carter’s bill is one of several union-friendly measures lawmakers will consider. Read Story
National Grid and labor union officials say they have been in "productive'' negotiations for days but have not reached an agreement to end a monthslong lockout in Massachusetts.The utility company and... Read Story
A new academic study highlights some of the positive effects of whistleblowing on companies. Read Story
A record number of new state and local requirements will hit employers next month. From New York overtime rule changes to new anti-harassment requirements, we’ve broken down the highlights for businesses across the country. Read Story
The Mattress Factory has settled with a group of current or former employees who said the art museum’s management retaliated against them for criticizing... Read Story
The threatened teachers' strike at LAUSD is reverberating in public schools across California, and could be felt by taxpayers and schools statewide. Read Story
Buenos Aires, Dec 27 (epa-efe).- Hundreds of workers from the aviation sector mobilized Thursday in front of the Argentine Labor Ministry to demand better labor and wage policies and protest against the threats to job security in the industry. Read Story
With President Trump and Congress mired in a spending standoff, federal workers are researching unemployment benefits and considering part-time jobs. Read Story