PSLabor News

PSLabor News

Organizing is going on right now at Amazon locations all over the world, and it couldn’t happen to a nicer corporation.  After decades of defeats in the courts, “Right-to-Work” laws and (frankly) bad leadership within the unions themselves,... Read Story
The roughly 1,100 longshoremen at the port are looking to improve working conditions, including changing schedules that require members to work 19 days out of 21, said a union spokesperson... Read Story
After months of political drama between Kaiser Permanente and a controversial workers' union, the National Labor Relations Board will weigh in on a negotiations dispute in March.... Read Story
The lockout between National Grid and its workers may be over. Read Story
Workers at Kaiser Permanente recently staged what is the largest mental health strike in history over the course of five days. Thousands of workers, at nearly 100 facilities across the state in… Read Story
Because Congress and the president could not approve a stopgap funding bill by midnight on December 21, the federal government partially shut down, with no compromise in sight. What will this mean for employers across the country? Read Story
WFB: Franchise businesses and labor lawyers will have to wait until 2019 to see if the Trump administration overturns one of Obama's most controversial workplace policies. The National Labor Relations Board has been weighing whether to use its rulemaking authority to overturn an Obama-era ruling... Read Story
A federal appeals court on Friday ruled that a U.S. labor agency's Obama-er... Read Story