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City Council on Monday pushed forward a series of checks on the time city employees spend doing union business Monday, despite union contracts allowing unlimited hours for some tasks. Council could vote as early as Wednesday on the changes sent along
File photo Bulgaria's State-owned railroad company BDZ will be granted a loan from the World Bank after it manages to collect enough revenue so that it can pay at least the interest on its outstanding debt . The statement was made Monday by Deputy
NCP, will be holding a national-level open workers (kamgaar) meet in Airoli on November 13. The agenda for this meet is to highlight the grievances of the workers, an NCP release said here today...A charter of demands for the workers will be put
TV News Leaders of the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists have given a strike authorization to negotiators in the union's sound recording contract...Negotiations with the labels had launched in mid-August The current pact expires Dec...
Solidarity Walks start at Cafe Diem each Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. and follow a mile-long route ending at the Alumni Green. They are meant to foster unity and build awareness on campus for labor unions and what they do for students. Rich Wolfson,
Education, Sport, Arts and Culture Minister David Coltart over the matter. In separate interviews yesterday, the unions said incentives were no longer viable and had brought "mayhem" to the education sector.
Sandy Pope says things you might not expect to hear from a union leader. The employee free choice act, a bill stalled in Congress that would make it easier to for workers to unionize?...Besides, she said, "I want people to stand up and vote
Ingrid Norberg to respond to a few rumors about the new Health Engagement Model that I received from a reader earlier this week. The questions reflect some criticisms and concerns that I'm hearing more and more, including from some pretty highly
Mr Thomson is facing a storm over the alleged misuse of his union credit card to pay for prostitutes, lavish meals and $100,000 in cash withdrawals, during his time as Health Services Union boss. Ged Kearney said the affair had been "unfairly"
A trimmed-down version of the popular "boot camp" program for reforming young offenders, which was to be cut, was revived in Gimenez's final proposal. The county's fire -boat program was spared, albeit with a different way of staffing aimed at saving