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The Trump administration has been pushing forward with parts of the three executive orders signed this time last year on disciplinary and labor-management matters that are not tied up in a lawsuit currently pending in a federal appeals court. Read Story
A spokesman for the association that employs longshoremen at British Columbia ports says the workers will be locked out on Thursday if a negotiated settlement is not reached. Read Story
Observers expect that the National Labor Relations Board will reverse an Obama-era determination that graduate students are employees entitled to form unions. Read Story
CAPE TOWN, May 28 (Reuters) – South Africa’s transport workers union Satawu threatened a “total shutdown” at major ports across the country from Thursday after issuing a 48-hour strike notice for mariners over a payment dispute, the union said on Tuesday. Read Story
‘Overwhelmed’ staff are demanding more pay, more respect and better conditions... Read Story
The announcement that British Steel was entering insolvency came as a hammer blow to Scunthorpe, where it employs 5,000 people. It has become a familiar story in recent years and Helen Pidd returns to Redcar, which lost the majority of its steelworks in 2015. Read Story
Under NLRA it's unlawful to coercively enmesh neutral parties in disputes that unions may have with employers, recent advice memo suggests contractors/owners may stop picketing and other harassment... Read Story
A report concluded that globalization, automation and the declining clout of labor unions have played smaller roles. Read Story
First of two strike days an escalation of dispute over trade union representation... Read Story
Updated at 6:13 p.m. ET Protesting McDonald's workers were joined by Democratic presidential hopefuls in some of the 13 U.S.cities where employees... Read Story
The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has accused the government of being reluctant to implement the agreement between the two parties and said it should not be held responsible if there is any disruption in the university system. Read Story
McDonald's annual shareholder meeting on Thursday was short and controlled, and made little mention of the criticism the chain has faced this week.... Read Story
Libya's national oil corporation NOC on Thursday called on Haftar's Ea... Read Story
The fast-food chain has received 721 reported incidents of workplace violence and 25 new complaints of sexual harassment, leading workers to walk out of their jobs in 13 cities nationwide... Read Story
MPs and unions back grassroots campaign to shift Labour’s policy at conference... Read Story
Bill De Blasio is maybe the most embarrassing Democrat currently running for president and that is really saying something. In a desperate attempt to prove his leftism, De Blasio announced on Thursday at a campaign stop that he is bravely boycotting the fast food chain McDonald’s over low wages. Read Story
British Steel flopped after the Government refused to supply £30million to keep it going – which Business Secretary Greg Clark said would have been illegal under EU ‘state aid’ rules. Read Story
Organisers say more than 1.4 million young people are set to protest about the climate crisis... Read Story
Public attention and public shaming about these issues, which have been so successfully kept in the shadows for years, can lead to change. Read Story
By Ivana Kottasová, CNN Business Britain’s second biggest steel maker collapsed on Wednesday (22 May), putting about 5,000 jobs at the company directly at risk, and threatening another 20,000 at suppliers. Read Story
Posco, South Korea's top steelmaker, said Friday it has started this year's collective bargaining with its union.The union has made various requests to the management, including a base pay increase and an extension of the retirement age. Read Story
Former Queensland Labor MP Evan Moorehead to head review amid questions over union body’s role... Read Story
"I said we must prioritize spending in the classroom, we've done that," the governor said. Read Story