PSLabor News

PSLabor News

It could be one of the largest strikes to hit the modern aviation industry. But there’s one significant hurdle: The federal government must first sign off. Read Story
Contract workers at four East Coast airports staged a one-day strike on Thursday, citing abuses by Eulen America, the company that employs them. The workers, including baggage handlers, cabin ... Read Story
After a few big unions held talks on limiting employment protections for the companies’ workers, other labor leaders denounced the idea. Read Story
Hospital workers vote to strike in row over 'lost' wages. GMB claim a new payroll system at Hairmyres Hospital means staff are having to wait for their money. Read Story
At least 36 illegal miners killed by collapse in open excavation pit... Read Story
A strike by over 2,000 EVA Airways flight attendants is entering its second week, further dampening a difficult 2019 for the major Taiwan airline. Read Story
Uber drivers in Toronto might join the United Food and Commercial Workers, a 250,000 trade union that operates in Canada and the U.S. Read Story
IUOE Local 30 has successfully organized art installers and maintenance workers at the Guggenheim, after complaints about pay and benefits... Read Story
The announcement tees up a fight between the United Food and Commercial Workers and rideshare giants like Uber and Lyft. Read Story
At 8 a.m.this morning, employees at VCA San Francisco Veterinary Specialists took themselves for a walk.  Several dozen aspirational union workers walked... Read Story
GE released details of a proposed four-year agreement to be voted on by members of 11 unions. The Intl. Assn. of Machinists and Aerospace Workers opposes. Read Story
BA pilots on six-figure deals have threatened to inflict misery on passengers by launching protests at the height of the holiday season. Read Story
Alcoa Corporation, a global leader in bauxite, alumina, and aluminum products, today announced that the management of the Aluminerie de Bécancour Inc.(ABI) smelter in Québec, Canada has presented a final offer to the United Steelworkers for a new labor contract... Read Story
Labor unions played an historic role creating the occupational pension system in the private and public sectors in the post-World War II era. That system, which was dominated by defined benefit pension plans, is in decline. Read Story
Union in dispute with Government over pay rates for support personnel in health service... Read Story