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TGIF-Happy Justice for Janitors Day

Observed since 1990 Janitors Justice Day will next be on Saturday June 15th 2019. Plan ahead and do something nice for the person that cleans up the glass and mess. 127 more words

Collective Bargaining

IAC Archaeology: Unite members to take industrial action

Members of Unite Archaeology set to “dig in for decency”

June 11th: Unite, which represents commercial archaeologists in Ireland, today announced that members working for consultancy IAC Archaeology have voted to take industrial action on foot of the company’s refusal to engage with Unite regarding a pay claim, either directly or in the Workplace Relations Commission. 229 more words

Press Releases

University, postdocs headed to mediation for first collective agreement

The union representing some University of Saskatchewan researchers and instructors is calling the institution’s approach to bargaining “unfair,” and urging the provincial government to get involved. 489 more words

Local News

Illinois: Research Assistants Are Eligible for Collective Bargaining

The Illinois General Assembly successfully passed SB2546 this week, which considers graduate research assistants at public universities as employees for the purposes of collective bargaining. Whereas the Illinois Educational Labor Relations Act only granted those workers acting as teaching assistants the possibility of collective bargaining, SB2546 amends this definition to also include graduate workers whose stipend comes from labor they do in a faculty’s lab or research project. 712 more words

Grad School

Collective Bargaining

Article Review

Using the CSU Online Library, locate an article from a scholarly journal or industry magazine about a specific arbitration case, involving a union or non-union, related to the topics introduced in Chapter 5 of your textbook( 168 more words

Academic Essays

Prime Healthcare Services unlawfully stopped nurses' anniversary raises, court rules


A federal appeals court ruled that Ontario, Calif.-based Prime Healthcare Services violated the National Labor Relations Act when it canceled anniversary raises for unionized nurses, according to a  346 more words

Supreme Court Deals a Blow to Workers by TERRI GERSTEIN and SHARON BLOCK

By Bhavesh Patil

Employees who are underpaid, harassed or discriminated against have been left to press their cases alone in arbitration.

Published: May 21, 2018 at 05:30AM

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