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Need help getting your employees on board with your engagement survey? Build trust, value, and empowerment. If your employees trust you, they trust your survey process. Building value means proving…
After a contentious campaign within the newsroom, editorial employees of the Sarasota Herald-Tribune voted to form a union Thursday—becoming, along with the Lakeland Ledger, one of only two unioniz…
(This post originally appeared on the Switch and Shift blog) I have heard people say that it takes a minimum of 8 years to change an organizational culture. It can certainly take that long, but it …
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“The XPO workers’ fight for justice and a more secure future continues to gain momentum,” said Tyson Johnson, Director of the Teamsters Freight Division. “The freight workers at XPO in Aurora are u…
SANTA CLARA (BCN) — Cafeteria workers at Intel’s Santa Clara headquarters voted to join the union Unite Here Local 19 on Wednesday, union advocates said. “Cafeteria workers are part of the invisibl…
Sept. 13 — The franchising structure itself contributes to fast-food restaurant violations, the official overseeing the Labor Department’s wage-and-hour enforcement strategy argues, but the theory …
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BETHLEHEM — When Christine Farnsworth exited her job interview at Just Born Quality Confections, she was greeted with a cascade of shouts from the striking union members assembled across the compan…
The union representing Mayo Clinic food service workers in a dispute over Mayo’s proposed vendor switch has announced a second picket to be held outside the clinic’s downtown campus on Friday after…
Sept. 14 — Chipotle Mexican Grill is under attack from a lawmaker and thousands of employees for alleged “wage theft,” but the restaurant chain is mostly avoiding scrutiny from the agency that enfo…
Companies that hire temporary workers are bearing increased responsibility for those workers, where in the past the liability rested squarely on the shoulders of the temporary agency. In Browning-F…
Following the House of Representatives’ lead, there’s a new bill in the Senate to reauthorize the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act. But what’s in it? And will it get the same smoo…
Weakness in those kinds of business investments is one reason the current economic recovery has been so sluggish. Companies’ spending on new buildings and equipment, which depends in part on improv…
Blocking farm workers from a federal right to organize unions would guarantee, “a continuance of virtual slavery until the day of revolt,” a New York politician warned his colleagues during a heari…
The Pennsylvania AFL-CIO is mailing pamphlets, making calls, knocking on doors and visiting job sites as it usually does in presidential elections, reaching out to its one million members and retir…
A Calpers spokeswoman, Amy Morgan, said such questions suggested “a misunderstanding of the purpose of Calpers.” “Calpers does not exist to make money,” she said. “Calpers exists to fully pay out b…
Those that have been readers for awhile know of my dislike of the NLRB’s expansion of its doctrine of protected concerted activity (e.g., here and here). The latest on the NLRB’s hit list: employee…
LONDON— Rolls-Royce Holdings RYCEY -2.06 % PLC is expanding job cuts in its prolonged battle to boost profitability at the struggling British engine maker. Rolls-Royce said Sunday that it would she…
With the stroke of a pen, California Gov. Gray Davis signed legislation that gave prison guards, park rangers, Cal State professors and other state employees the kind of retirement security normall…
When Yvon Chouinard, the climber and environmentalist and the co-founder of the outdoor-apparel company Patagonia, spends days by himself at a house he owns in Moose, Wyoming, his wife, Malinda, th…
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EVERETT — Delegates to the Machinists union’s international convention overwhelmingly passed a members’ bill of rights that, proponents say, increases transparency and empowers workers. Machinists …
International Trade Minister Chrystia Freeland will head to a meeting of European trade ministers next week to negotiate a last-minute addition to the Canada-EU trade deal aimed at salvaging the pa…
The leader of the union representing auto workers in Canada said thousands of factory employees will strike at two General Motors Co. plants if the sides miss a Monday night deadline for a new cont…
Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin said Wednesday that the state could be a national hub for engineering and manufacturing if right-to-work legislation were to be enacted. In off-the-cuff remarks given at th…
With fewer Americans out of work, there is more money in shoppers’ wallets this holiday season, but a tighter labor market isn’t an all-around win for the industry. As retailers from Toys R Us to T…
Sept. 15 — Contract food service workers at Intel Corp.’s Santa Clara, Calif., headquarters approved UNITE HERE to be their collective bargaining representative, according to a National Labor Relat…
Union employees locked out by Dominion Transmission are now able to return to work. Dominion Transmission and members of United Gas Workers Union Local 69 reached an agreement that will extend cont…
Members of a local labour union are “extremely disappointed” after the Saskatoon Health Region (SHR) announced 70 job cuts Thursday in an effort to balance its budget, according to the union’s pres…
The UK unions have met with Asda’s senior management team, including the recently appointed CEO Sean Clarke, to discuss the impacts of Brexit on the food and farming industry. The NFU, NFU Cymru an…
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