April 20, 2018 NLRB Accuses Greenwich Office Park of Axing Union Cleaners

GREENWICH, Conn.—Cleaners at the Greenwich Office Park won a round Apr. 11 when the National Labor Relations Board issued a complaint against the complex’s owner alleging that it illegally laid off union cleaners when it bought the property in November 2016.

April 19, 2018 JetBlue Flight Attendants Vote 2–1 for Union

WASHINGTON—JetBlue flight attendants have voted to join the Transport Workers Union by a margin of almost 2–1, according to results announced Apr. 17.

April 19, 2018 Oklahoma Republicans Say They’re Done Increasing School Funding

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla.—Oklahoma teachers stayed out of schools for the 11th day Apr. 12, as state legislators said they had increased school funding as much as they were going to this year.

April 18, 2018 Healthplex’s High-Quality Network is Another Area Where They Excel

When asked about quality, Steve Jobs said “Quality is more important than quantity. Be a yardstick of quality, and develop an environment where excellence is expected.” With over 12,000 providers who continually meet the high standards Healthplex sets, Healthplex seconds that sentiment and prides itself on building a high-quality network and coupling that with affordable...

April 18, 2018 Watch: A Matter of Respect At The World’s Most Famous Arena…

New York, NY Longtime food service workers at Madison Square Garden call the fight for wage increases and better working conditions a simple matter of respect.    

April 18, 2018 Senate Blocks Bill to End Labor Rights at Indian-Owned Casinos

WASHINGTON—A bill that would have cut off federal labor-law protections to workers at businesses owned by Native American tribes died on the Senate floor Apr. 16, when a vote to forestall a Democratic filibuster fell five votes short of the 60 needed.


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