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Labor Briefing: February 2017

By BILL ONASCH

Seeing the Light In Baltimore—At the beginning of the Trump era, an important organizing victory has taken place. After a vigorous campaign that included home visits, phone banking, and twice a day plant gate rallies and leaflet distributions, an NLRB election certified the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers to represent more than 1400 Baltimore Gas & Electric workers. 356 more words

Labor

Working

The changing landscape of American and immigrant workers

Immigrants

Bill Gates says robots that take your job should pay taxes

(Source: www.businessinsider.sg)

Just because a worker isn’t technically “alive” doesn’t mean it can make money for nothing, according to Bill Gates.

In a recent interview with Quartz editor-in-chief Kevin Delaney… 336 more words

Money Matters

Give This Lady a Medal

Now I may let my “crunchy mama” side show for just a second here…

I work in little baby boutique and it comes with some great perks. 427 more words

Family

Mining-Labor History

by Micah Gjeltema, Montana Tech

Labor day has come and gone, but if you need ideas for exploring it next year, I wanted to point out a resource that we hold here at the Montana Tech Library. 207 more words

Discussion

WGA & AMPTP Set Date For Start Of Contract Talks

The WGA West and East and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers said today that they will begin formal contract negotiations March 13 at the AMPTP headquarters in Sherman Oaks. 450 more words

Breaking News

One of "Those" Moms...

“Did you know she was missing her arm?”

Nearly three years later, and I still remember the exact phrase she said. I also remember every feeling I felt when I heard them. 799 more words

Motherhood