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A service employees union has filed unfair labor practice complaints against Rivers Casino in Des Plaines, claiming casino management is trying to block workers from unionizing. Local 1, which represents some 15,000 hospitality workers in the Chicago
The employees have been trying to start a union at the casino since April but claim they are being met with anti-union intimidation from management. I think what we've been doing the past seven months is showing them we have the power and we're going
The Supreme Court seems unlikely to declare that an organizing agreement between a union and a Florida casino may have violated national labor laws. Local 355, which wants overturned a decision saying its agreement with Hollywood Greyhound Track, Inc.
Click to rate Rant-on, Rural Utopia, United Kingdom, 7 minutes ago Union people still get paid whilst "Brothers & Sisters" strike and go hungry and then potentially lose their Jobs. Reply New Comment New Click to rate McRobbie, Glasgow, 8 minutes ago
The fire broke out yesterday evening in Aswad Knit Composite factory at Sripur, on the outskirts of the capital Dhaka. Police said it happened when most of the 3,000 workers had left. However, some people thought to have been working overtime had
A handful of maids and janitors line up most weeks outside the gleaming Embassy Suites in Irvine to urge visitors to boycott the hotel. But the workers aren't just protesting management they are also targeting their union brothers and sisters. One of
Gary Loveman, chairman, president and chief executive of Caesars Entertainment Corp., takes part in a panel discussion titled "U.S. Some U.S. public pension funds are pressuring TPG Capital LP and Apollo Global Management LLC to share more of the
More importantly for Disney, it would ensure labor peace until at least August 2015...Disney said union leaders indicated they would be amenable to an extension, prompting the resort to make an offer. "As part of our ongoing conversations with the
South African auto workers vow to intensify' strike Tuesday, 20 August 2013 South African workers from automotive manufacturer Volkswagen protest during a strike outside the VW factory in Uitenhage, yesterday. More than 30,000 workers in South Africa'
The 'Trial of the Seven Cloakmakers' nearly 100 years ago fails to find justice for slain strike-breaking tailor Herman Liebowitz The New York tailor's skull had been split open after he was clubbed and stomped by a union behemoth known as Moishe the