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It can be difficult to see things from our past become relics. I worked one season in college as a holiday greeter for Toys R Us. I bought earrings from
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Schoolchildren across the country could face disruption if walkouts go ahead.
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Cesar Chavez Day, the state holiday honoring the late labor leader credited with improving work and quality of life conditions for immigrant farm workers in the Central Valley, will be observed Saturday on the 91st anniversary of his birth.
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Shipbuilder General Dynamics NASSCO opened up hiring for 800 to 1,000 workers to build $4 billion in Navy support ships and tankers and could see its San Diego shipyard reach one of its highest employment levels to date.
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Teachers have not had a pay rise above 1% in the last seven years due to the Government´s austerity measures.
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More than a thousand participants are expected to gather at Southside Park mid-morning for the annual Cesar Chavez March and Rally. A second rally in Chavez Plaza will focus on the police shooting of unarmed Stephon Clark.
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"This is happening because so far the administration has offered incredibly insulting counters to our eminently fair demands"
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New Navy contracts to keep the San Diego yard humming through 2024
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The lawsuit is a bold move against Northern California’s dominant hospital chain, whose prices have drawn complaints for years. It has disputed such allegations in the past.
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In addition to keeping McCaskill in power, the party wants to elbow its way back to relevance in the state Legislature and secure a four-year term for Auditor Nicole Galloway.
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Teachers advocating for education funding are preparing for the statewide walkout planned for Monday. Union leaders have finalized the schedule of events for the day, and Oklahoma Highway Patro
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AMR ambulance workers could walk off the job next week.
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Seeking to preserve worker protections in an increasingly volatile digital media industry, workers at The Onion on Thursday announced plans to unionize under the Writers Guild of America, East.
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Virgin Hotels Announces It’s Headed to Las Vegas
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Teachers in Kentucky are on wildcat strike today with at least eight school districts closing schools due to lack of teaching staff.
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President Trump boasted Thursday that he is bending the leadership of organized labor his way by driving a wedge between them and rank-and-file union members, saying that he has a special bond with the people in building and construction trades.
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The United Auto Workers added new members for the ninth consecutive year in 2017 and the union remained in the black, but overall dues fell versus the previous year, according to the union’s annual filing with the U.S. Department of Labor on Thursday. Membership in the Detroit-based union rose more than 3.5 percent to 430,871 in 2017 from 415,963 in 2016. But union dues dipped nearly 4 percent in 2017 to $175.8 million from $182.5 …
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A series of planned one-day strikes called by Portuguese cabin crew union SNPVAC is threatening Ryanair service to Portugal over the upcoming Easter holiday.
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Company said to seek to reduction in UFCW pension payments.
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A recent announcement by Coca Cola means that almost 300 jobs could be lost in Milton Keynes and Northampton. - RECRUITING TIMES
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General Motors says GM Korea will file for bankruptcy if union doesn't make concessions by April 20
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Lawmakers approved a bill that raises teachers' pay by an average $6,100 annually. It is the first raise since 2007 and the largest in the state's history.
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Five expert committees advised the federal government on ways to improve workplace safety and enhance whistleblower protections. Under Presiden
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Carleton University support workers remain on the picket lines after a marathon 19-hour mediation session adjourned at 3:30 a.m. Thursday morning.Both sides said mediation did not officially break off and the union and the university are looking to schedule a next meeting.
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The increase in members marks the eighth straight year the United Auto Workers has grown its ranks.
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Another day, another Air France strike. This is the third within the last five weeks — and here's what you can do to see if you're affected.
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Oklahoma legislators approved a measure including a $6,100 pay raise for teachers on Wednesday, but the state teacher's union says the bill doesn't go far enough and plans to walk out Monday.
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What We Can Learn From Starbucks Closing its US Pay Gaps on Workology | Starbucks Executive Vice President and chief Partner Officer, Lucy Helm, announced last week that the company has closed all race, sex and gender-based wage gaps in its American operations. The news was shared at Starbucks’ annual…
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SEOUL, March 29 (Korea Bizwire) – The chief executive officer of GM Korea Co. has called on its labor union to conclude ongoing …
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Democrats are calling for Republican National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) member William Emanuel to resign following the NLRB inspector general's finding that Emanuel violated conflict-of-interest rules.
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Hundreds of union members rallied in New York to support 1800 technicians and their families, who say it's been a long, cold year on the picket line. Read Story
President Trump says the trade deficit that the U.S. runs with other nations must be slashed for the well-being of the country. But analysts say the deficit provides other benefits to the economy. Read Story
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GM Korea has urged its labor union to cooperate in wage negotiations by the end of the month, to make progress in drafting a self-help plan. Read Story
Hyundai’s union chief has condemned electric cars as ‘evil’ and says workers at the company “are feeling a sense of crisis”, amid predictions of future job losses. Read Story
Unions across the Appalachian Basin are experiencing increased employment and other benefits thanks to the multitude of shale-related projects in the region, such as pipelines, natural gas power plants and the Shell ethane cracker under construction in Pennsylvania. As Steamfitters Union 449’s business manage
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Representatives of the Vermont Federation of Nurses and Health Professionals expressed support for better pay for the UVM Medical Center's support staff, who are not unionized.
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Teachers on four continents stage mass strikes
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Article details NLRB's employer friendly approach in cases including: Hy-Brand, Boeing, Quickie elections, KHRG, and other recent decisions.
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Lorena Berrios never had it easy; now she’s in the fight of her life. As a child in El Salvador, she survived civil war. After gaining Temporary Protected Status (TPS) in 2001 to live in the U.S., she settled in New York City with three children, joining Laborers’ union Local 78 in Long Island City, N.Y. as an asbestos abatement worker two years later. “ Working in construction gave me economic stability,” says Berrios, 48. “Even though we have struggled, I am proud to say . . .
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Several hundred union members rallied Wednesday in Jefferson City against the right-to-work law state lawmakers passed last year. In November, voters will
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About 35,000 individual home care workers in Washington will be managed by a private entity rather than the state by 2021, under a law signed Tuesday by Democratic Governor Jay Inslee (pictured abo…
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Nurses at Greenfield, Mass.-based Baystate Franklin Medical Center revealed new strike plans March 26 nearly one month after postponing a previously scheduled walkout.
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Learn what "right to work" means, how it impacts the employee and employer relationship, and the states where the law applies.
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Members of United Steelworkers Local 4820 voted on March 27 for a new collective agreement.
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The average pay for an AFSCME-represented state worker in Illinois is more than $63,000 per year.
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A federal appeals court heard arguments on whether to allow local right-to-work ordinances Tuesday in a case that could have national implications.
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This is not the first labor complaint involving the W Hotel.
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