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Students, teachers and unions to take part in anti-austerity protest Thursday

Who will be protesting? 

Organizers predict a protest scheduled for Thursday afternoon in Montreal will be the largest one to date against the Quebec government’s austerity measures.  597 more words

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Legislation Allowing Unionized Companies to Give Merit Raises Introduced in Congress

Senator Marco Rubio (R-Fla) and Representative Todd Rokita (R-Ind.) introduced legislation in February that would let employers give merit pay increases or bonuses to workers covered by collective bargaining agreements. 165 more words


Finland's secular stagnation - a small aside

Edward Hugh wrote a very insightful piece on the state of the Finnish economy, especially seen from the secular stagnation perspective. In my opinion it is a very convincing piece and leads one to seriously question current economic policies (which is also possible on other basis, but this has a longer scope fundament). 787 more words


Senate rejects bill on teacher contracts

TOPEKA, Kansas (AP) – A bill that would have forced a re-negotiation of all teacher salaries at the end of their current term was defeated in the Senate. 102 more words


'The TUC Principles: Competitive nightmare or realistic regulation of the market?'

The CCP seminar series continues on Friday 27th March with the marvellously charismatic Shaun Bradshaw (CCP & LAW) presenting his latest paper on a very novel topic, ‘ 221 more words


Interim DG, treasurer hired in Hudson

The town of Hudson has found an interim general director and treasurer, it announced at a special council meeting held Monday night.

After operating without a general director or treasurer for two weeks, the town found itself in a “state of paralysis requiring immediate action,” said Mayor Ed Prévost. 447 more words


"Separating Fact From Advocacy": How The Media Enable The Anti-Worker Movement

NPR Morning Edition aired a report this week that reeked of anti-union bias, and inadvertently promoted the Koch brothers’ agenda to reduce collective bargaining rights, which means smaller wages and benefits. 1,658 more words