Flyers owner Ed Snider had a simple message on the day the NHL lockout ended: Welcome back, NHL fans.
More than 100 employees at the DoubleTree Hotel in Richardson will be receiving back wages as a result of an investigation by the U.S. Department of Labor.
Machinists Local 776 has approved a new labor deal with Lockheed Martin following a nine week strike, setting the stage for employees to return to work on July 2.
American Eagle flight attendants protested outside of Terminal B at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport Tuesday. The group was picketing the regional carrier’s desire to slash tens of millions of dollars off labor costs.
Labor talks between American Airlines and the pilots’ union have been temporarily grounded after both sides rejected the other’s proposal this week for a new contract.
The NFL labor dispute, of course, centers around how to divide about $9 billion in annual revenues as well as other issues including a rookie wage scale, regular season expansion and benefits for retired players.
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