The Daily Read – September 16, 2011

By Erica Varlese

U.S. Airways is outsourcing their baggage handling, potentially as a way of union busting, according to employees.

The unemployment rate for New York City is up to 8.7%.

The House approved the bill that would block the National Labor Relations Board from acting against Boeing’s new South Carolina-based plant.

A Verizon employee, Douglas LaLima, has passed away after touching a live wire while on the job.

According to a new study, the United States has the least labor protection among wealthy nations.

The New York Civil Liberties Union is fighting against the legality of putting a GPS tracking device on a government employee’s car.  

August 16, 2011

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