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FORT COLLINS, Colo.-An independent five-year review by members of the National Academies of Science has given the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing Program (AgFF) the highest score for...
Channel 2 NewsA former union organizer with the Alaska State Employees Association was convicted of forgery Monday in Anchorage court. 32-year-old Skye McRoberts submitted hundreds of forged signatures in 2010 to the Alaska Labor Relations Agency in support of her...
WASHINGTON -- A top House lawmaker is questioning the validity of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's funding, arguing that a recent court decision invalidating some of President Obama's recess appointments could make it unlawful for the agency's...
If those Main Street bars in El Centro were to be shut down/cited for labor-related violations why did it have to be done at 1 a.m. on a Sunday morning in a police-style raid? They even blocked off streets. My daughter was in one of the bars and said...
Tags: Career and Workplace, Consumers
Channel 2 NewsTension ran high Wednesday evening as the Anchorage Assembly heard what was expected to be its last public testimony on a controversial ordinance that would change the city's labor-relations laws, with the body adding another public comment period next...
Air Products has been a member of the Lehigh Valley community for nearly 70 years. During that time we have seen many changes in our area, as well as in our company, where we have grown both here and globally. We believe one of the key strengths our...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Dozens of stolen wooden pallets are back at Hiland Dairy Foods. A Greene County sheriff’s detective found them after getting a tip that followed a KY3 News report on Tuesday night. In a strange twist, a Hiland spokesman says...
Tags: Plant Openings, Career and Workplace, Theft
The Hartford CourantA New Jersey bankruptcy judge ruled Monday that HealthBridge Management can temporarily reduce the benefits of its 600 union workers at five nursing homes in Connecticut while it lines up financing to continue operating. HealthBridge argued that...
The Hartford CourantFive Connecticut nursing homes which are run by HealthBridge Management have filed for bankruptcy protection. Those five homes employ workers represented by the Service Employees International Union, and the company's goal in filing for bankruptcy is to...
The Hartford CourantHealthBridge Management has asked a bankruptcy judge to approve what a federal judge barred — terminating the pension and increasing health premium costs for unionized workers at its five Connecticut nursing homes. Those homes entered bankruptcy...
In a breathtakingly broad decision, a federal appeals court has ruled that President Obama violated the Constitution when he unilaterally appointed three members of the National Labor Relations Board during a "pro forma" session of the Senate. If upheld...
WASHINGTON — A federal appeals court, dealing a defeat to President Obama, has sharply limited the chief executive’s power to bypass the Senate and to make temporary “recess” appointments to fill vacant slots in government...
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