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Contract gives Machinists raises, lower health costs

SPOKANE VALLEY — Machinists Union members who work at B&B Truck Service in Spokane Valley have unanimously approved a new three-year contract.

Under the new agreement, the workers will see: 170 more words

District 751 News

More layoffs at Moose Jaw's Valley View Centre as 36 lose jobs

Thirty-six people were served layoff notices at Moose Jaw’s Valley View Centre earlier this week, according to their union.

On Thursday, the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) Local 600 confirmed that 36 nursing, dietary, housekeeping and scheduling staff were laid off. 420 more words

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The Significance of Ads on Jerseys

For a while now it seems like the only major sport to really take advantage of selling advertising space on jerseys has been soccer. While soccer is not super popular in the United States, it is the most popular sport in the world. 578 more words

Sport Sponsorship

Collegiate Unions: the story of Northwestern

One of the biggest arguments when it comes to collegiate sports is whether or not the student-athletes are in fact employees of the university. This is always an argument that gets presented whenever the discussion about paying college athletes is broached. 639 more words

Sport Sponsorship

Today's News & Commentary -- April 27, 2016

According to the New York Times, 2,000 full time employees of the upstate New York-based Chobani yogurt company recieved ownership stakes in the company yesterday which could be worth up to ten percent of the company in total if it is sold or goes public.   406 more words

Daily Headlines & Commentary

The Immaturity And Cynicism Of The NHS Junior Doctors' Dispute

The junior doctors lost the moral high ground when they decided to portray a debate about pay and conditions as a high-minded effort to “save the NHS” 1,576 more words

UK Politics

Today’s News & Commentary — April 25, 2016

Mixed Martial Arts fighters are battling to improve their bargaining power with legislation which would subject their promoter, UFC, to regulations comparable to those in the boxing industry,  532 more words

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