Workgroups Representing Fleet Service Clerks, Dispatchers, Maintenance Control Technicians, Simulator Technicians, and Ground School and Simulator Pilot Instructors Ratify Agreements; Other Workgroups to Continue 1113 Process
Our Pain, Their Gain: The hidden costs of profitability in Seattle’s downtown hotels
As of April 30, 2012, companies will be required to post a notice advising employees of their rights under the National Labor Relations Act.
New Rule Cuts Response Time to Respond to Unionization Campaigns by Nearly One-half
Greektown Superholdings, Inc. today announced the ratification of a four-year labor agreement on October 24, 2011 by the membership of the five unions constituting the Detroit Casino Council, which represents the majority of Greektown’s approximately 2,000 employees.
There’s much excitement in VIP circles about Friday’s reopening of the fabled Hotel Bel-Air in L.A. after a two-year top-to-bottom renovation. …
Hotels that cheat workers of wages now have a higher risk of getting busted, the Associated Press reports.
The broad-based coalition opposing SB 432 (Kevin De León, D-Los Angeles), an unnecessary and ridiculous bill mandating hotels use fitted sheets instead of flat sheets on hotel mattresses, launched a new website today at www.NOsb432.com to fight the bill in the last month of the legislative session.
Members of IAMAW Local Lodge 692 struck Finning International at 25 locations across British Columbia today at 4 PM Pacific Standard Time.
A Hilton hotel in suburban Chicago was ordered to pay $195,000 to Hispanic employees who were harassed by the hotel’s top chef.