New York, NY – From February 15 – 20th, in Hollywood, Florida, the 41st annual National Labor and Management Conference (NLMC) will be held, providing a crucial forum for current
NEW YORK, N.Y.—Home health-care workers who stay with their clients 24 hours a day appealed to the New York State Industrial Board of Appeals Jan. 5 to order them paid
ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla.—In the session that opens Jan. 9, the Florida legislature will take up a bill that public-sector unions fear could wipe them out.
ALBERT LEA, Minn.—A six-hour negotiating session Dec. 28 between Mayo Clinic Health System executives and SEIU Healthcare Minnesota resulted in “little progress,” union bargaining team member Marlene Baseman told KIMT-TV.
WASHINGTON—A top federal appeals court has unanimously rejected an attempt to weaken the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s 2016 rule covering workers’ exposure to silica dust.
BELLEVILLE, Ill.—A St. Clair County circuit judge on Dec. 27 voided Gov. Bruce Rauner’s executive order to halt collection of union fees from state workers who aren’t members was illegal.
GEORGETOWN, Del.—The Sussex County Council on Jan. 2 postponed its vote on a bill to ban the union shop in the county, after most of the four dozen people who