By the Pacific Media Workers Guild
The determination is a major — though preliminary — win for the Guild, which has been working to help immigration interpreters fighting for their job rights.
Officials at the National Labor Relations Board have found that immigration court interpreters should be considered employees rather than independent contractors.
The determination is a major — though preliminary — win for the Guild, which has been working to help immigration interpreters fighting for their job rights. More
Thirteen Guild-CWA bargaining units representing newsroom, advertising, circulation, and production departments at Digital First Media opened joint negotiations for a wage increase Thursday in Denver.
Union negotiators proposed a $1 per hour raise for all employees effective July 1. Management offered no proposal, stating that budgeting is under way for the next fiscal year that begins July 1, and that managers won’t be prepared to begin serious negotiations until June. More
Statement by President Chris Shelton, Communications Workers of America, on the proposed health care plan introduced last night by House Republicans:
We’re still learning about the health care plan proposed by House Republicans. It’s clear, however, that the legislation provides a big tax giveaway to corporations and the 1 percent, while working families, seniors and children are stuck picking up the tab.
We can all agree that the American healthcare system must be improved. More