Can Kobe Bryant Run A Union And Save The NBA?

Can Kobe Bryant Run A Union And Save The NBA?

Can the Black Mamba become an unlikely labor hero? ...

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In Wisconsin, Democrats Try Moderation In Fight With Scott Walker

In Wisconsin, Democrats Try Moderation In Fight With Scott Walker

Do Democrats really have a chance of toppling Scott Walker? ...

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Nurses Union Says Hospitals Aren’t Telling Workers How To Handle Ebola Patients

Nurses Union Says Hospitals Aren’t Telling Workers How To Handle Ebola Patients

Are hospitals failing to protect their workers from the deadly disease? ...

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The Envelope, Please — And A Living Wage, Too

The Envelope, Please — And A Living Wage, Too

If you really want to help workers, let them organize. ...

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A Market Basket Of Dignity

A Market Basket Of Dignity

WASHINGTON -- Who knew that one of the best made-for-Labor Day speeches in American history would be delivered by a CEO? And who could have guessed that the summer's major labor s ...

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This Labor Day, Let’s Give Workers Something To Cheer About

This Labor Day, Let’s Give Workers Something To Cheer About

Labor Day is supposed to be a celebration of workers, but it’s been a long time since workers have been celebrated — or for that matter, have had a reason to celebrate. That’s bec ...

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Teachers’ Unions Stand In The Way Of School Reform

Teachers’ Unions Stand In The Way Of School Reform

In much of the country, parents are already buying school supplies for the start of the academic year -- a departure from days of yore. Many of us remember a school year that star ...

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6 Minutes A Day For Bathroom Breaks? Union Cries Foul

6 Minutes A Day For Bathroom Breaks? Union Cries Foul

By Corilyn Shropshire, Chicago Tribune A Chicago-area union has filed a complaint with the National Labor Relations Board against an employer who they claim is allowing them only ...

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After Supreme Court Ruling, Fewer State Workers To Organize

After Supreme Court Ruling, Fewer State Workers To Organize

By Jake Grovum, Stateline.org WASHINGTON -- The U.S. Supreme Court's recent ruling in a case brought by home health care aides in Illinois casts doubt on labor agreements between ...

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SCOTUS Ruling Doesn’t Gut Public Unions, But Creates New Challenges For Care Workers

SCOTUS Ruling Doesn’t Gut Public Unions, But Creates New Challenges For Care Workers

The Supreme Court's decision in Harris v. Quinn will make it harder for home care and child care workers to organize for better pay and higher quality jobs. A huge sigh of relief ...

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