The National Labor Relations Board announced that its general counsel found merit in charges that Wal-Mart unlawfully threatened employees in Texas and California with reprisal if they engaged in strikes and protests ahead of Black Friday.
Members of UAW 218 walked off their jobs at Bell Helicopter in Fort Worth Friday morning starting a strike over overtime, pensions and health care costs.
Fast food workers walked out of restaurants across the country – from Los Angeles to New York, from Denver to Dallas, and nearly 60 cities in between.
Fast food workers are set to stage walkouts in dozens of cities across the country on Thursday, including Dallas, as part of a push to get chains to pay workers higher wages.
This time – whenever the lockout ends – the league might be all out of tricks. They’ll need to dig. And it could take years to recover from the wreckage.
The first document is the 10-point offer and the second includes a detailed explanation of the proposal. Both documents are published in full on the league’s website.
A person familiar with the situation says the NFL and its locked-out officials have resumed talks in an attempt to resolve an impasse that has created a firestorm over the use of replacements refs.
The union for American Airlines pilots has decided to hold a strike vote. While strike ballots are on the way to 8,000 AA pilots, Allied Pilots Association (APA) spokesman Tom Hoban says the move doesn’t mean there will be a strike.
Representatives from American Airlines are heading back to bankruptcy court on Tuesday morning, hoping that a judge will throw out their contract with the Allied Pilots Association.
The NFL Referees Association was locked out in early June and talks on a new collective bargaining agreement went nowhere.
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.
Striking Lockheed Martin machinists will gather in the Fort Worth Stockyards to vote on a new labor deal.