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  • Orange teachers edge closer to settled contract, raises

    Orange teachers edge closer to settled contract, raises
    Orange County's teachers union and the school district edged closer to a completed contract Wednesday when they reached an agreement on health insurance. The two sides also discussed the timing of recently-approved raises, though they did not settle on...
  • UC doctors stage one-day strike at student-health clinics

    UC doctors stage one-day strike at student-health clinics
    About 125 doctors and dentists staged a one-day strike Tuesday at student health clinics at 10 UC campuses as part of a contract dispute between the union and the university system. UC officials said management doctors and others would provide...
  • Lehigh commissioners want to wrest control of contract talks

    Lehigh commissioners want to wrest control of contract talks
    Lehigh County commissioners, wanting more control over contract talks with the county's various bargaining units, plan to repeal a three-decade-old ordinance that gives the county executive much of the oversight of negotiations. Seven of nine...
  • Progress reported in West Coast port talks

    An employer group representing shipping lines and West Coast port terminals said it has reached a tentative agreement with the dockworkers union on a major issue in contentious contract negotiations. The talks, now in their ninth month, have grown...
  • Union Clashes With Utility As Storm Approaches

    HARTFORD – Just hours before the year's biggest snowstorm, union members gathered at the Capitol on Monday to complain about the management of the state's largest electric utility. The union employees from Locals 420 and 457 of the International...
  • Albert J. Henn, carpenter

    Albert J. Henn, a retired union carpenter and an avid woodworker, died Thursday at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson of congestive heart failure. He was 85. The son of Charles J. Henn, a butcher, and Margaret R. Adams Henn, a homemaker, Albert Joseph Henn...
  • Employers: tentative agreement reached on key issue in West Coast port labor dispute

    West Coast dockworkers and their employers have resolved a key dispute in new contract talks. A spokesman for the Pacific Maritime Association, which represents operators of port terminals, says companies and union negotiators reached a tentative...
  • Union Members Complain About CL&P At Capitol

    Union Members Complain About CL&P At Capitol
    Union members gathered at the state Capitol on Monday - just hours before the biggest storm of the year - to complain about the management at the Connecticut Light & Power Co. electric utility. The union employees from Locals 420 and 457 of the...
  • Teamsters approve new commercials contract

    Teamsters approve new commercials contract
    Members of Teamsters Local 399 have approved a new contract, avoiding a strike that would have shut down commercial production in Los Angeles. Location scouts, animal wranglers and drivers on Saturday ratified a revised contract negotiated Tuesday...
  • Connecticut's Unionization Climbs Slightly In 2014, Still Lower Than In Recent Years

    Government workers' unionization rates have more or less held steady over the last 30 years, while workers in the private sector become less and less likely to belong to a union, according to the latest report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics....
  • Orlando City goalkeeper Tally Hall talks CBA, potential work stoppage

    Orlando City goalkeeper Tally Hall talks CBA, potential work stoppage
    Goalkeeper Tally Hall is Orlando City’s union representative, and the MLS veteran had plenty to say about the issue of the collective bargaining agreement. A recent report in The Washington Post indicated that MLS and the players remain far...
  • 'Class war' themes resurface in party rhetoric

    'Class war' themes resurface in party rhetoric
    There's something eminently straightforward about President Obama's State of the Union proposal to raise taxes on the richest Americans and boost income for the middle class. Robin Hood had the same idea, and the Republican Party has endlessly declared it...