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Management Rights, Part Seven: Public Sector Collective Agreement, Quebec

It is fascinating how the social-democratic or reformist left, with their talk of “good contracts,” “decent work,” a “fair deal,” and “economic justice” and so forth do not feel that they have the need to justify themselves. 328 more words

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[TRENDING NEWS] Employee Activism Is Alive in Tech. It Stops Short of Organizing Unions.

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Author: KATE CONGER and NOAM SCHEIBER – Publish Date: July 8, 2019 at 07:00AM


Efforts to form unions at several smaller tech companies have stalled, showing the limits of how far a wave of employee activism can go.

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Employee Activism Is Alive in Tech. It Stops Short of Organizing Unions.


By KATE CONGER and NOAM SCHEIBER

Efforts to form unions at several smaller tech companies have stalled, showing the limits of how far a wave of employee activism can go. 8 more words

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Employee Activism Is Alive in Tech. It Stops Short of Organizing Unions.

Efforts to form unions at several smaller tech companies have stalled, showing the limits of how far a wave of employee activism can go. KATE CONGER and NOAM SCHEIBER

2019 At 05:30AM

Employee Activism Is Alive in Tech. It Stops Short of Organizing Unions.

Efforts to form unions at several smaller tech companies have stalled, showing the limits of how far a wave of employee activism can go.

Published: July 8, 2019 at 05:30AM… 73 more words

NYT

SaskTel contract negotiations reach an impasse, strike mandate vote considered

Employees of home security company SecurTek held a strike mandate vote in Yorkton, Tuesday. This vote also may be an indication of where contract negotiations are heading with another Crown corporation, … 398 more words

Canada

Arbitration decision deadline prompting government to 'ram' through wage delay bill, union says

The Alberta government is taking “undemocratic” steps to race a labour bill through the legislature to beat an arbitrator’s potential ruling on government workers’ wages, the province’s largest union says. 908 more words

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