PSLabor News

PSLabor News

In a bustling room inside the U.S. Capitol on Thursday afternoon, a group of survivors wearing black pins stand behind a podium that reads #EndForcedArbitration. They are all waiting to share their stories—of sexual harassment, of sexual assault, of racial discrimination, of unfair labor... Read Story
Workers' current contracts ended in January and Local 7 has been engaged in bargaining for new contracts since mid-December with no progress. Read Story
NLRB takes new look at charter schools- Charter schools are a modern phenomenon that has progressed quicker than governing labor laws and labor case decisions.Under National Labor Relations Board precedent, charter schools are treated the same as private-sector employers — governed by the... Read Story
UFCW Local 21 PAC was fined $40k by Public Disclosure Commisson for breaking campaign finance laws and trying to hide donations from the public... Read Story
Workers at San Francisco’s historic Anchor Brewing Co., which produced the first domestic India pale ale, are on the verge of a vote that could establish one of the first unions at a craft brewery in the U.S. Read Story
Journalists at WBUR voted overwhelmingly Wednesday in favor of unionizing. The vote was 73 to 3. Read Story
Media outlets report on news from California, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Texas, Missouri, Ohio, Florida, Maryland and North Carolina. Read Story
A labor union has made a major foray in the health care sector in Portland with a razor-thin vote that took nearly two months to decide and could yet be contested. Read Story
Opinion is issued three years after law's passage. Read Story
Baseball players and management appear headed to early labor negotiations that could lead to significant economic changes in the collective bargaining agreement and possibly a new deal past the current expiration of December 2021... Read Story
A two-day strike by ambulance personnel members of the Psychiatric Nurses Association gets underway this morning. Read Story
About 1,700 machinists walk out as the plant's new owner institutes mandatory overtime and lower wages for new hires... Read Story
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. Read Story
Support staff at Providence Portland (Ore.) Medical Center have decided by one vote to unionize, the Portland Business Journal reports. Read Story
Meituan denies link between money woes and labor strikes... Read Story
Following other company plant closures in the metro over the past year, Pepsi will be closing its Kansas City plant after it first opened for operation decades ago. Read Story
Southwest Airlines is starting its third week with grounded planes for unscheduled maintenance, canceling about 100 flights Monday as travel... Read Story
A Vice President Of a Teamster's labor union is accused of receiving tens of thousands of dollars in bribe payments. Read Story
More than 200 workers at call centres in Wolverhampton and Walsall will walk out next month over staff shortages and heavy workloads... Read Story
9 Views CLOSE One year after striking over low pay and high health care cost, teachers in West Virginia were faced with an omnibus bill which would introduce charter schools and education savings accounts as part of their state education reform. Read Story
Telstra could face a worker strike after union members voted “yes” to a protected action ballot, allowing them to take industrial ac... Read Story
The Oakland Unified School District said no agreement has been reached with the teachers union and the strike would continue Monday. Read Story
A union representing thousands of Stop & Shop workers in Massachusetts has voted to authorize a strike. Read Story
Few companies deal with as many employees on the go as an airline.Find out how Alaska and its sister brand Horizon Air stay in touch with pilots, flight... Read Story
New York’s chief number cruncher is calling out critics of Amazon’s defunct plans to build a headquarters in Queens for derailing “the single greatest economic development opportunity” in decades.Robert Mujica, New York’s budget director, revealed new details Friday about how and why the deal fell…... Read Story
Workers were told to down tools when safety inspectors arrived... Read Story
Friction between on-demand platforms and delivery workers have been a recurring issue in the industry. Read Story
Southwest Airlines Co's mechanics, who have been in labor contract talks fo... Read Story
The West Virginia Senate has decided not to immediately consider a bill to raise pay for teachers, school service workers and state police. Read Story
Seven hours before the State of the Union address, Sara Nelson went to Capitol Hill to visit Sen. Bernie Sanders. She waited in the reception area of his office until Sanders, I-Vt., emerged, cracked a grin and bear-hugged her, the most powerful flight attendant in America. Read Story
Maintenance-related cancellations have spiked in recent weeks. The longer these issues drag on, the bigger the potential damage to Southwest Airlines' business. Read Story
An unexpected new headache for a railroad that has struggled to get on the fast track. Read Story
New documents obtained by CBS News show the situation at Southwest Airlines is worse than previously known... Read Story
Bond represents clients in agribusiness and natural resources; commercial lending and transactions; real estate development and construction; defense and high-tech; energy and chemicals; health care and long-term care; manufacturing and electronics; municipalities and school districts; higher... Read Story
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Democrat Sherrod Brown brought a pro-worker message Saturday to Las Vegas casino workers who are members of what's considered Nevada's most powerful labor union, declaring that if he decides to run for president, he will be "the most pro-union candidate. Read Story
Hudson Valley Union Official Accused Of Bribery - Mid Hudson Valley, NY - Authorities said he used his position and influence to obtain money from a health care plan administrator. Read Story