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Graduate student employees continue to call for recognition, despite the university's refusal and disciplinary actions received last semester. Read Story
The Oakland teachers' union on Saturday called on its 3,000 members to strike after negotiating with the Oakland Unified School District for more than a year and a half. Read Story
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Los planes de Amazon para abrir su segunda sede principal en Long Island City no gustaron a muchos residentes del barrio, que ahora se alegran de que la tecnológica revocara la decisión. Otros lo lamentan. Read Story
El atacante, Gary Martin, de 45 años, usó una pistola Smith & Wesson, dijo la policía. Murió después de que la policía lo encontró intentando esconderse y les disparó a los agentes. Era empleado de la empresa donde ocurrió el tiroteo: lo habían despedido. Read Story
Oakland teachers say they will strike starting Thursday.... Read Story
The National Labor Relations Board protects the rights of most private-sector employees to join together, with or without a union, to improve their wages and working conditions. If you believe your rights have been violated, or that an employer or a union has engaged in unlawful conduct, you may file a charge through one of our regional offices. Petitions for representation and decertification elections may also be filed at regional offices. Read Story
Strikes close or slow production at dozens of assembly plants and factories as workers demand better salaries... Read Story
Factory workers in Matamoros had ample reason to be out on strike ahead of a huge victory that moved them somewhat closer to a living wage.On a bitter cold day last week, I joined a delegation of …... Read Story
The region has its act together and knows what it is doing, officials said. Read Story
Wellspring of Milwaukee, a 185-bed rehabilitation and skilled nursing center on the city's northwest side, is closing its facility. Read Story
Union leaders for teachers in Oakland on Friday said they will make a major announcement about the looming strike Saturday afternoon. Read Story
The National Nurses United is accusing Baltimore-based Johns Hopkins Hospital of retaliating against two nurses involved in a unionization effort, according to The Baltimore Sun. Read Story
A leading figure from America's biggest labor organization penned an open letter to game developers encouraging unionization for game devs. Read Story
A large number of workforce of leading tyre major MRF’s Tiruvottiyur plant in Chennai resorted to strike, protesting against the delay in wage revision agreement, which is pending for years, as well over the installation of CCTV cameras across the plant. Read Story
Read more about Bangladesh's $30 bn garment sector faces labour unrest after 11,000 fired on Business Standard.More than 11,000 workers have been fired after recent labour protests, according to one labour union... Read Story
Abrupt collapse of company’s plans seen as a milestone victory for leftwing insurgents over Democrats who backed the deal... Read Story
The key sticking point of variable performance pay system for those working in tougher environments will be studied to determine if they help retain teachers in schools, the teachers' union said. Read Story
After a week of speculation, Amazon has confirmed that it will not build one of its two new headquarters in New York City. Does this indicate a sea change in how communities deal with giant tech companies? Read Story
More than half the district’s teachers went on strike Monday after negotiations over pay broke down... Read Story
Previously, employee comments mentioning wages or working conditions couldn’t draw discipline. Read Story
XPO said more than 400 employees would lose their jobs in April. The New York Times had reported on workers’ miscarriages and complaints of discrimination at the Memphis warehouse. Read Story
Ambulance personnel belonging to the Psychiatric Nurses Association (PNA) are to go on strike tomorrow in a dispute over union representation. Read Story
The Center for Human Rights in Iran (CHRI) is an independent, nonpartisan, nonprofit organization dedicated to the protection and promotion of human rights in Iran. CHRI investigates and documents rights violations occurring throughout Iran, relying on first-hand accounts to expose abuses that... Read Story
Amazon.com Inc's decision on Thursday to scrap its proposal to locate a second headquarters in the Queens borough of New York City ignited a sea ... Read Story
Amazon just folded like a house of cheap cards, in a development that should alarm its fellow tech giants. Read Story
Iconic bike maker Royal Enfield is once again witnessing labour unrest at its Oragadam plant in Chennai. Read Story
Workers speak of an industry beset by forced overtime, unsafe working conditions and the obstruction of unionisation. Read Story
Amazon did not see consistently “positive, collaborative” relationships with state and local officials. Read Story
On the same day that the Seattle-based behemoth announced it will not build its second headquarters in Long Island City because of the chilly reception from elected officials, a group of city legislators were discussing plans to curb Amazon’s retail expansion in New York City. Read Story
A day before they announced their intention to cancel a planned headquarters in New York City, Amazon.com Inc. executives were still talking to state and union officials in a bid to salvage plans for a planned headquarters in Long Island City. Read Story
More than a year of work to bring Amazon.com Inc's headquarters and tens of... Read Story
Amazon.com on Thursday canceled its plans to build an expansive corporate campus in New York City after facing an unexpectedly fierce backlash from some lawmakers and union leaders, who contended that a tech giant didn't deserve nearly $3 billion in government incentives. Read Story
Colombia’s teachers laid down work and are taking to the streets again on Thursday to protest against violence, substandard healthcare and the chronic underfunding of public education.The teachers’ strike…... Read Story
You are Young, Broke, and Beautiful. Read Story
[[nid:232142]]The National Labor Relations Board announced last week it would be accepting briefs on a case challenging its jurisdiction over charter schools, a matter that’s been settled for several years. Read Story
The guild's lawyer expects the NLRB to make a decision on the case within a couple of weeks. Read Story
Emboldened by a strike that began in West Virginia earlier this year, four more statewide teachers’ unions — in Oklahoma, Kentucky, Colorado, and Arizona — have now left work, demanding a fair paycheck. Read Story