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Coalition wants Ascension St. Joseph hospital to sign legal agreement not to cut services. Read Story
A ruling by the Federal Telecommunications Institute of Mexico demanding the separation of the Telmex company, owned by billionaire Carlos Slim, could lead to a strike by company employees, said the Secretary General of the National Union of Telephone Operators, Francisco Hernández Juárez.   The measure dictated by the IFT, part of the telecommunications reform promoted by the previous federal government, is seen as part of the promotion of competition to give way to more companies in the telephony sector. However, workers have argued that no guarantees have been given to employees, whose rights have now been affected by the decision.   “The institute wants us to send half of the workers to the new company, but the new company will be underfunded because it will subsidize the competition and because it will have to offer prices below market value… we have four recourses, we have a negotiating table and a strike plan for January 23 as an extreme resource to defend ourselves… ”said Hernández Juárez. Full Content: Quadratin Read Story
Teamsters Union is warning South African institutional investors regarding the many risks facing investments in one of the world's largest transportation... Read Story
The National Labor Relations Board's general counsel says it should be illegal for unions to use rats and other inflatables to protest a company’s unfair employment practices. Read Story
More than 80,000 Kaiser Permanente workers will begin voting Monday on whether to walk off the job. Read Story
Every now and then, videos that are uploaded are taken down and sometimes channels are even temporarily suspended. This is due to alleged violations... Read Story
If authorized, the Kaiser Permanente workers strike it would be the biggest strike in 20 years. Read Story
South African lenders are battling to grow revenue faster than costs as they contend with an economy that has shrunk. Read Story
OAK BLUFFS, Mass. (AP) — Bus drivers on Martha’s Vineyard in Massachusetts have approved a new contract after a nearly monthlong strike.Martha’s Vineyard Transit Authority drivers said…... Read Story
The National Labor Relations Board's general counsel says it should be illegal for unions to use rats and other inflatables to protest a company’s unfair employment practices. Read Story
Train pain could be on the way for Melbourne commuters as a union threatens strikes ranging from four hours to two days. Read Story