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PSLabor News

TEACHERS will go on strike at a prestigious Oxford school to protest 'disgraceful' plans to change their pensions. Read Story
Patients at the Royal Hobart Hospital were held in ramped ambulances and in corridors for almost 10,000 hours in the nine months to March this year, newly released data shows, and the Health and Community Services Union says the worst is very much far from over. Read Story
From 5 to 7 June 2019, By-Products Sales (part of ArcelorMittal European Purchasing Organization) participated to Seanergy, the international forum dedicated to Offshore Wind and Marine Renewable Energy. Read Story
Amazon is increasingly flying your deliveries across the country. But observers say it's not smooth sailing for its in-house cargo airline. Read Story
The marijuana industry is expected to generate thousands of high-wage jobs in Illinois over the next decade, and there’s a strong chance cannabis growers and sellers will be hiring union labor. Legislation (H.B. Read Story
Baseline wage has remained unchanged at $7.25 an hour and inflation has raised cost of living by 18% since last raise... Read Story
Four Democratic candidates talked about how to address economic problems unique to black Americans at a forum hosted by the Black Economic Alliance. What happened outside is changing the race. Read Story
Rail services on some of the busiest routes in the country will be disrupted this week because of a five-day strike in the long-running dispute over guards on trains. Members... Read Story
As many as 1,500 food and beverage workers that serve three major airlines at SFO are prepared to go on strike once their union is released by the National Mediation Board. Read Story
My grandmother worked in housekeeping for 10 years—and it’s a job where you could use a gratuity. Read Story
Employees at KCRW in Santa Monica voted to recognize SAG-AFTRA as their labor union. The online vote was conducted according to an election agreement reached between SAG-AFTRA and KCRW. Read Story
The strike is likely to hit outpatient clinics and other routine services (like diagnostics). Emergency services, however, won’t be affected, doctors assured. Read Story
A five-day rail strike threatens to disrupt journeys for hundreds of thousands of commuters from tomorrow as workers walk out in a long-running dispute over the role of train guards. Read Story
The unions alleged that workers have received threats to their jobs because of their support of an alternative to Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf’s budget. Read Story
Other demands included conversion of casual/contractual workers to formalised employment; fixation of minimum wages on the recommendation of 15th Indian Labour Conference... Read Story
Tesla workers at the company's Fremont factory have detailed difficult work conditions where people pass out and face stress-induced injuries. Read Story
Strikers made stoppages in public transportation, blocked roads and organized street demonstrations in 380 cities By Juca Guimarães e Rodrigo Chagas – Brasil... Read Story
In the three weeks since American Airlines sued unions representing its mechanics for slowing down the operations, maintenance cancellations have tripled. Read Story
An overwhelming majority of unionized workers employed by two catering companies at San Francisco International Airport (SFO) have voted to authorize their labor leaders to call a strike. Read Story
Auto workers at Volkswagen AG’s Chattanooga, Tennessee plant voted against joining the United Auto Workers Friday night, handing the labor union a bitter defeat in a hard-fought effort to organize workers at a foreign-owned auto plant in a southern state. Read Story
It was a bad sign. On the day voting began at the Volkswagen plant in Chattanooga, Tennessee, the shift change suddenly turned blue. Throngs of workers were passing through the factory turnstiles in both directions, as the day shift ended and the night shift began. Read Story
The UAW today called on Congress to take a comprehensive look at the country’s labor laws and NLRB rules that made it almost impossible for Volkswagen workers to form a union. “VW workers endured a system where even when they voted, the company refused to bargain,” said Brian Rothenberg, spokesman... Read Story
Employers may ban union representatives from promoting their union in a public space within the employer’s facilities if those representatives aren’t employees, the National Labor Relations Board ruled June 14. Read Story
Unusual three-month delay in pay rises angers non-union teachers. Read Story
A U.S. federal court on Friday granted American Airlines Group Inc's reques... Read Story
Two further strike dates have been announced at Glasgow Airport which will take the industrial action into the summer holiday period. Read Story
The United Auto Workers union has suffered a fresh defeat at a Volkswagen plant in Tennessee, with workers narrowly voting down a move to organize the factory for a second time. Read Story
A series of protests are taking place across Ireland today in support of striking ambulance workers. Read Story