Two postal unions representing more than 300,000 employees are struggling to reach new collective bargaining agreements with postal management, with one already abandoning negotiations in favor of mediation.USPS’ contracts with both the American...
Kansas City fast food workers want Kansas City voters to decide if the minimum wage should be raised to $15 an hour. They testified at a special committee meeting of the City Council today at City Hall.
Tens of thousands of low-wage workers protested in 200 American cities on April 15, many of them marching, demonstrating, and sitting-in at McDonald's fast-food restaurants and other low-wage employers.
Carolinas Associated General Contractors (CAGC) has launched a website to complement its robust Pro-Employee/Union Free resources to help the Carolinas' construction industry deal with union organizing activity and new "ambush election" rulings...
The Illinois Tollway board has voted to scrap a 20-year-old agreement that requires contractors to use union workers on construction projects in exchange for assurances against strikes, slowdowns or walkouts.
Anyone who follows this labor blog (or even remotely monitors labor relations issues) knows employers have been getting hammered by the NLRB in recent years for disciplining employees for making inappropriate comments on Facebook (as well as...
Rick Grimaldi and Lori Halber's article The New Bully in the Workplace was featured in Region's Business on April 15, 2015. Who will stand up for small businesses against the National Labor Relations Board?
For all its promise for HR, big data and its ''machine-learning'' component still only give us facts about, and factual relationships within, our workforces; not conclusions based on the statistical analyses HR has always needed -- and always will...
The “Fight for 15” is just getting started. Last week, protesters gathered in cities across the country to demand a $15 hourly minimum wage, and at least some national politicians are heeding their call.
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