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As Burbank’s Civil Service Board tackles what officials say is a long-overdue discussion on employee nepotism and dating at City Hall, the process has highlighted the board’s relative lack of power compared to similar commissions at other...
A month after Park Ridge aldermen reaffirmed a new contract with an employees' union, members are claiming its provisions are not being adhered to by the city. Local 150 of the International Union of Operating Engineers said paychecks were hit with...
The Senate this week begins debate on the proposed immigration reform bill. If this bill becomes law, there is one likely outcome for low-skilled Maryland workers: disaster. The assurances of the bill's proponents that the bill will somehow help the...
MIKE DELPH Republican state senator from Carmel, Ind., who has helped author state immigration measures Q. What do you see as the merits and shortcomings of the proposed reform? A. Ronald Reagan in all complexity was persuaded by congressional...
Channel 2 NewsThe state Personnel Board is looking for attorneys interested in investigating ethics complaints against members of the executive branch. Nicki Neal is director of the state Division of Personnel and Labor Relations. She says the request for proposals...
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Friday’s jobs report brought some moderately good news for the housing sector. Construction employment increased by 7,000 last month, pushing down the sector’s unemployment rate to 10.8%, the lowest level for the month of May in five years....
Protesters targeted the Chicago Sun-Times today after the newspaper laid off its entire staff of photographers. The newspaper announced last week it had laid off all of its 28 full-time still photographers. The Chicago Newspaper Guild has asked the...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Maryland Public School Labor Relations Board has declared an impasse between Washington County Public Schools and the Washington County Teachers Association over pay-raise negotiations, the board’s executive director confirmed Thursday. The...
The American Crystal Sugar lockout effectively ended on May 28 when union workers showed up for their first day of work in almost 22 months, their relatively thin ranks testifying to the bitterness of the labor dispute. Just over 400 union members...
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — A Rutgers University dean who took part in the search for a new athletic director said Tuesday that she is "mystified" and "dumbfounded" that a search firm didn't find red flags about the woman who was chosen for the job. The...
Edwin L. Kess, a retired labor relations director who was active in his church, died May 22 of cancer at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Columbia. He was 86. "Edwin was strong-willed and wanted to succeed. He wanted to succeed in whatever he tried to do,"...
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When workers at a mining equipment factory in South Milwaukee learned that Caterpillar Inc. would become their new employer, some got nervous about their future. "I got a sick stomach right there and then," said Barry Lewis, one of a handful of workers...
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