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PA Faculty Harden Resolve and Move Closer to Strike

In the morning session of APSCUF’s Legislative Assembly meeting, faculty delegates received the unvarnished news about the state of negotiations from the union’s chief negotiator Stuart Davidson. 370 more words


PA Faculty Union To Make "Important Announcement" in Facebook Live Event, Friday 9/23 @ 10:30am


APSCUF, the faculty union representing faculty at the 14 universities of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE), announced a short time ago that union leaders will have an “important announcement” at a press event in Hershey tomorrow. 375 more words

Collective Bargaining

Canada's Auto Union Names Fiat Chrysler Next Target for Talks

Canada’s main autoworkers’ union, Unifor, said on Thursday that Fiat Chrysler Automobiles was its next target in negotiations, after securing a tentative deal with General Motors earlier this week. 387 more words


About Our Collective Mood

Those of you who know me won’t be surprised that I’m furious this morning about the turn of events in our negotiations with PASSHE. My mood isn’t improved by the press coverage (for example, see this… 302 more words


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Negotiations Breakdown: PASSHE Sets Stage for First Ever Faculty Strike


Faculty union members at the 14 Pennsylvania state-owned universities (PASSHE) have had just about enough. Following three consecutive days of marathon negotiating sessions on Tuesday and more sessions scheduled for Wednesday and beyond, faculty members were showing signs of optimism that a deal might not be that far off. 651 more words

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Machinists forge deal with plant's potential owners

TUKWILA — Machinists Union members who work at the former Jorgensen Forge plant in Tukwila have ratified a proposed contract with their potential new employer. 386 more words

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Court says State and Local Minimum Wage Standards can Trump Collective Bargaining Agreements

In American Hotels & Lodging Association v. City of Los Angeles, the Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit rejected the argument that the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA), which governs relations between labor and management (including collective bargaining to set wages and other terms and conditions of employment), preempts local minimum wage ordinances that require higher wages. 262 more words

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