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The city's police union has not yet decided if it will take advantage of a change Mayor Jim Gray made last week that will allow police officers to use police cruisers for personal use at no cost. Gray made the change by executive order on Friday
Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra and the American Federation of Musicians Local 166 have signed a new, five-year collective bargaining agreement that will go into effect in September. \n\n The new contract allows the WCO to continue signature programs
At a time when Americans are looking abroad for alternative economic strategies to rebalance our unequal economy, some worker advocates in Germany are asking if an American form of cooperative enterprisethe union cooperativemight be the way to
The Ministry of Education has released Sh3.8bn to all Public Universities to pay new salaries for their staff as agreed with the union in the collective bargaining agreement. All public universities through the chairmen of councils, vice chancellors
The former trade unionist warns of negative consequences for the labour market. On May 18, Swiss voters will decide on the introduction of a national minimum wage. This union demand would be a novelty in the Swiss wage structure. Until now, there has
Building in Nairobi over dishonoured Collective Bargain Agreement with the security fund over their pay increment...Kenya Union of Commercial Food and Allied Workers on Wednesday downed their tools to push for the fulfilment of a July 2013 pay deal.
After two and half years of negotiations, Sarasota County and the teamsters Local Union 173 signed off on a new collective bargaining agreement. Nearly 400 employees, including lifeguards, park attendants, meter readers and many others, will get a
The announcement came after Prime Minister Tony Abbott refused SPC Ardmona's request for a $25 million Federal Government grant, sparking a heated debate about whether employment conditions at the company's Shepparton factory were to blame for its
In Summary The universities disclosed that they were holding Sh1.3 billion in surpluses, nearly two times the Sh736 million they had indicated in previous reports Unions say their 6,000 members got only half of the increase in salaries and allowances
General Motors has decided to shut down its Holden operation in Adelaide as part of a global consolidation. The operation has been living on the bubble for years after management and unions agreed to unsustainable enterprise bargaining agreements...