The union waits for the U.S. Supreme Court to decide our fate in anti-union Janus v. AFSCME case.
We need not bother. Instead, it’s long past time to hit the road — and take action. 353 more words
It has not come as a surprise to learn that the government of Barbados rejected the wage proposal from the union to increase public sector wages. 62 more words
The Barbados Today of February 5, 2018 reported that Prime Minister Freundel Stuart announced that thousands of public servants, who had been working for three or more years, would receive their official appointments by March 1st. 668 more words
Oakland City workers are headed into a 5th day of a strike for a fair contract; a contract that includes wages that keep up with the cost of living and working conditions that don’t threaten their health. 1,377 more words
During last year’s political campaign, Puerto Ricans heard once and again that, after decades of dealing with corrupt and inept politicians, La Junta was good for the people, so the practical and responsible position was to collaborate and develop a healthy relationship with it. 480 more words