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The remaining 130 jobs at Belfast's Harland & Wolff shipyard are "in peril", union leaders have said. Read Story
A federal appeals court brought new life to President Donald Trump's executive orders that could make firing employees and weakening their union representation easier for federal agencies. Read Story
British Airways is seeking an injunction to stop pilots launching strike action over pay. The British Airline Pilots’ Association (Balpa) said that 93% of its members had voted in favour of a walkout over the busy summer holiday period. Read Story
EASYJET passengers can breath a sigh of relief as staff working for the airline at London Stansted have called off the first day of strikes this Thursday.However, if a new pay deal offered is reje…... Read Story
Workers affiliated to the Federation of Unions of SA and the United National Transport Union (Untu) embark on a strike... Read Story
Sanders, main, said his campaign will now limit the number of hours staffers work. Kimberley Guilfoyle tweeted, inset,: 'The rules of economics exist, even within the campaign of a socialist!'... Read Story
‘We want to be part of the future, but we want to make sure our health care is protected’... Read Story
Amid growing tension between the management and unionized workers, Hyundai Motor said Monday it saw its operating profit rise 30 percent in the second quarter chiefly on the weaker Korean won and sales of new sport utility vehicles.The South Korean carmaker said in a regulatory filing that it... Read Story
South Korea's Hyundai Motor Co <005380.KS> laid out its U.S. sales turnarou... Read Story
Two airports shut as air traffic controllers strike. Union members have resumed industrial action after rejecting a revised pay deal. Read Story
MAXVILLE, ON, July 18, 2019 /CNW/ - United Steelworkers (USW) Ontario Director Marty Warren says long-term-care facilities are better when workers are treated with respect. Warren said the recent collective agreement ratified by 119 unionized wo... Read Story
When Conor Sprouls, a customer service representative in the call center of insurance giant MetLife talks to a customer over the phone, he keeps one eye on the bottom-right corner... Read Story
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On the weekend marking the 85th Anniversary of the 1934 Minneapolis Teamsters’ Strike, the East Side Freedom Library screened "Labor's Turning Point" which w... Read Story
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McDonald’s workers in the UK are being subjected to a “toxic culture” of sexual harassment which has seen at least 1,000 women abused and predatory employees moved to different stores rather than sacked, campaigners have told The Independent. Read Story
Health care workers from three Beaumont hospitals rallied on Wednesday, calling for higher wages and better staffing.Signs read "Put our patients before... Read Story
Airport closes as first of 24-hour strikes begin. Inverness Airport has shut as part of three days of air traffic controller strikes. Read Story
DUBLIN, July 20 – Members of Ryanair’s Irish pilot union are to decide next week whether to join British colleagues in holding a ballot on strike action, according to a memo distributed to members. Ryanair pilots in Britain, the Irish airline’s largest market, last week announced a ballot that could lead to strike action in late August, citing disagreements over pay and conditions. Ryanair pilots who are members of the Irish Airline Pilots Association (IALPA) will meet in Dublin on Tuesday to decide whether to hold a ballot for “industrial action up to and including strike action”, with voting to begin on or before Thursday, July 25, the memo said. loading... It did not say when possible strike action would take place. Ryanair, Europe’s largest low-cost carrier, suffered a series of damaging strikes last year after the carrier bowed to pressure in late 2017 to recognise unions for the first time. Management say significant progress has been made since, with collective labour agreements concluded with a number of pilot unions throughout Europe. But IALPA said in the memo that management had failed to agree pay, terms and conditions for directly employed pilots. The British Airline Pilots Association (BALPA) last week said issues included pensions, maternity benefits and a fair, transparent pay structure. Ryanair, which says it offers better conditions than low-cost rivals for Boeing pilots, declined to comment on the union action. On Tuesday, Ryanair said it had been forced to halve its growth plans for 2020 due to delays in the delivery of Boeing’s grounded 737 MAX jet and planned to start talks with airports and unions about downsizing or closing some operations from November 2019. (Reporting by Conor Humphries; Editing by Kirsten Donovan) Read Story
An administrative law judge has ruled in favor of SAG-AFTRA in its fight against BBH.Subject to final approval by the National Labor Relations Board, the... Read Story
The action at Inverness will be followed by action at five other Scottish airports this week. Read Story
Inverness Airport will shut on Sunday as three days of air traffic controller strikes get under way in a dispute over pay. Read Story