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Patience Smatience

If you’re a busy President whose nominees keep getting blocked by the Senate, what are you to do? I mean, your staffers did a lot of hard work coming up with that list of names and those jerks over in Congress keep shooting them down. 291 more words


Internal Email: H.R. Boss slams union in wake of protest

 ——– Original Message ——–
Subject: FW: Staff Email from Bob Hanley, VP, Chief Human Resource Officer
Date:       Thursday, August 14, 2014
Subject:   Campus Protests


As all of you are aware, from time to time, there are protests directed at the University of Chicago Medical Center.  

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Hospital Issues 'White Out' on African-American Nurses


This is more proof that UCM is ashamed of and hides black nurses! And these pics honoring nurses where displayed for several months in the DCAM buildings 4th floor atrium & also in Mitchell’s second floor lobby right outside of au bon pain. 316 more words

Out Of Control Management

NLRB to Encourage Charging Parties to File Claims under OSHA and the FLSA

Contributed by Michael F. Hughes

In a recent memorandum, the Office of the General Counsel for the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”), informed all regional directors that the NLRB had entered into a program with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (“OSHA”) and the Wage and Hour Division of the U.S. 500 more words


Barbara Rittinger Rigo

Barbara Rittinger Rigo focuses her practice on representing management in a wide range of labor and employment matters, including:

  • Trials for race, gender, age, disability and national origin discrimination claims…
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Interviews With Incredible Women

Here are three ways President Obama is rewriting labor law

This column originally appeared at Young Voices.

With a gridlocked Congress, President Obama has turned to executive action lately to enact his policy agenda. “I’ve got a pen and I’ve got a phone,” the President… 735 more words

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August 15 "Solidarity Rally" Moving Forward

Brothers and Sisters in Labor:

August 15th “Solidarity Rally” is moving forward. Employees are encouraged to join the rally at 3:30 PM on Friday, August 15 in front of the DCAM Building in protest of the new attendance policy. 234 more words

Unfair Labor Practices