The union’s president, Shawn Fain, said negotiators were nowhere near an agreement and ruled out a contract extension while talks continued.
Archives for September 14, 2023
Share of people who say they fear their job will become obsolete due to technology
When workers aren’t at their desks, they may as well be not working at all.
Death of CVS store manager highlights worst risks to staff confronting surge in retail thefts
From colleagues chatting about their weekends or having intense phone conversations, to email alerts and loud tapping on keyboards, the evidence that open-plan offices take a toll on our wellbeing continues to mount.
NLRB’s regulation on joint labor law liability expected soon
The complaint against an Ohio spa follows General Counsel Jennifer Abruzzo’s memo seeking these kinds of cases.
Already this year, more than 353,000 workers have walked off the job. As soon as tonight, UAW workers could join in, rocking the economy.
Illinois has enacted broad protections for freelance workers. The Freelance Worker Protection Act (FWPA) requires entities contracting with freelance workers to provide written contracts and timely compensation and authorizes administrative and civil actions for violations. The FWPA takes effect on July 1, 2024.
A recent update from the New York Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB) may impact your exposure when accepting claims without liability under Section 21-a.
As the United States carries out projects funded by the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, the Inflation Reduction Act, and the Creating Helpful Incentives to Produce Semiconductors (CHIPS) Act, the manufacturing industry must prepare to face staffing challenges in meeting future demand. Immigration can help address the demand. Please see
Forget the sensational headlines. WFH vs. RTO isn’t one-size-fits-all. Learn how to make informed decisions that suit your business model, workforce, and objectives. Uncover practical insights that will help you align employee preferences with business needs for a harmonious and productive work environment.
On September 11, 2023, the coalition of California businesses announced its agreement with labor unions to withdraw their referendum challenging Assembly Bill (AB) 257, which created the FAST Recovery Act, from next year’s ballot.
Last year, Governor Newsom signed AB 257. The Act established a Fast Food Council comprising fast
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and the U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division (WHD) announced today that they signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to enhance and maximize the enforcement of federal laws and regulations.
As summer draws to a close, heat from a sweltering summer lingers. The gross failures of too many employers to protect their workers from this summer’s record breaking-extreme heat resulted in numerous injuries and in extreme cases, death. However, unions and the power workers build with them have provided