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They could start with Director James Fang of San Francisco, who chairs a special four-member board subcommittee created to figure out how to avoid another collective bargaining debacle. For those who don't recall, Fang was walking the picket lines
ET President Obama says his administration is fighting to close the gender wage gap, the gulf between what working men and women earn for the same job. Last week, Obama moved to circumvent a divided Congress on the issue. He announced two executive
Opinion After public outcry over the firing of 250 Queens, N.Y., workers who took part in a 90-minute strike on Feb. 26, UPS
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.
The labor union that represents singers and chorus members at the San Diego Opera is asking a federal agency to get an injunction freezing the company's assets so that union members with contracts can be paid. The move by the American Guild of
Video Video Video This is going to make it a whole lot easier for everybody because we know the rules, Education Minister Liz Sandals said after the vote. I think it would be everybody's intent to get on with the bargaining as quickly as possible.
State labor officials are investigating whether the builder of the west Pasco branch of the Mid-Columbia Libraries properly paid workers on the project. The Tri-Cities' newest library opened a year ago and was built by and is leased from retired
Parallels are being drawn between Nova Scotia's passage of a bill Friday to end a nurses strike and a similar law in Saskatchewan that's the subject of a Supreme Court challenge. Nova Scotia became the latest province to enact essential services
Apr 4, 2014 Technology, sports and politics are distinct worlds. They have their own junkies, their own vernaculars and their own peculiar customs. Yet, in recent weeks you may have noticed a common economic argument coming from those worlds'
International Labour Organization (ILO) Director-General Guy Ryder has met Prime Minister of Denmark, Helle Thorning-Schmidt to discuss the common challenge of combating youth unemployment in the EU and working conditions in developing