We’ve heard the advice: anything you post online about your employer can get you fired. Yeah. Only that’s not exactly true.
The league announced Friday that all games from October 9th-15th are off and further decisions will be made as warranted.
Thousands of workers who screen baggage and passengers at the nation’s airports, including here at Philadelphia International, will learn later today who will represent them in their first contract with the government.
State comptroller Matthew Boxer’s finding that thousands of white-collar state workers get $700 annual allowances for clothing, paid in a lump sum, without the need to produce a single receipt. Half of the workers are not subject to any clothing requirement at all.
Gov. Chris Christie says he’s ready to start negotiating with state worker unions, whose contract with the state is up in June.
The findings of the new Quinnipiac University poll, just released, includes what nearly 2,000 people think about government shutdowns — and public-sector labor unions.
KYW’s Larry Kane says the survey has big implications for Republican governors in Wisconsin and New Jersey.
Representatives of up to 58 unions rallied in the wind and rain outside New Jersey’s Statehouse in support of collective bargaining for public employees in Wisconsin.
Union leaders in New Jersey are planning a solidarity rally for public workers in Wisconsin.
Organized labor in Philadelphia officially entered the “Battle of Wisconsin” today with a boisterous rally across from City Hall.
Gov. Chris Christie, who gained a national reputation fighting the state’s teachers and public employee unions, said Wednesday that organized labor should have collective bargaining rights.