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A New Type of Labor Law for a New Type of Worker

If unions are going to return to their old strength, they need rules tailored to modern workplaces.

Published: September 4, 2017 at 05:30AM

Opinion By WILLIAM E. 69 more words


Strike plans on hold while negotiations continue between Evraz and unionized workers

According to provincial law, unionized workers at Evraz North America’s steel plant in Regina could strike as early as next week, however negotiators have decided instead to meet with Evraz to try and divert job action. 317 more words

Local Business

Rod Bemister's Analysis of the Extension Offer

Analysis written by Rod Bemister, Steward Local 561 1989-Present, Former President and Vice President Local 561, Bargaining Team Member 2000-13, Bargaining Team Chair 2005-13, EERC Member 2000-13, EERC Chair 2000-08, OPSEU Executive Board Member 2011-13… 1,326 more words

Collective Bargaining

What Happened to Rising Wages?

Popular Economics Weekly

Everything should point to higher wages and salaries ahead for employees with a 4.3 percent unemployment rate and record corporate profits, but corporate profits go mainly to their executives and owners (and their stockholders) these days. 493 more words

Weekly Financial News

Can Independent Contractors Form Unions? Seattle Wants to Allow It.

A legal battle in Seattle (“The Battle of Seattle!”) may soon determine whether independent contractor drivers can form unions. In 2015, the city… 603 more words