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Channel 2 NewsOne of the automatic budget cuts triggered by the 2013 federal sequestration is a nationwide furlough of air traffic controllers by the Federal Aviation Adminstration, including the control tower employees at Anchorage's Ted Stevens International Airport....
Channel 2 NewsMayor Sullivan and Assembly leaders filed a new city ordinance on Friday that would dramatically change the way city employees negotiate for their pay and benefits. The Mayor’s new proposed law is modeled after Juneau’s labor laws, laws...
Channel 2 NewsA state Department of Labor report concludes that three-fourths of Alaska's seafood processing workers reside out of state. The figures were revealed in the department's annual report on residency of Alaska workers. Seafood processing leads other...
Channel 2 NewsAlready ahead of the 2013 Regular Municipal Election, the Municipality of Anchorage is recruiting new election workers and encourages those who have not considered this opportunity before to give it a try. Each year, the Municipality hires nearly 600...
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Channel 2 NewsA Juneau senator has reintroduced legislation that would let public employees opt in to a traditional pension program. Sen. Dennis Egan said the measure, SB30, is cost-neutral, and will give employees a choice. Egan got a similar bill passed the...
Channel 2 NewsSome members of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) in Alaska are headed east to help repair damage caused by Hurricane Sandy nearly three months ago. After the superstorm the IBEW sent out a call for help and so far, between 12...
Channel 2 NewsA Republican state representative has introduced legislation that would allow school districts in Alaska to permit their employees to carry firearms in school buildings. The bill’s sponsor, Rep. Bob Lynn (R-Anchorage) says the law would apply to...
The Associated PressFive Alaska State Troopers are suing over the way union dues are collected. According to a federal lawsuit, even though the five are non-union members, they still pay dues. The lawsuit states that employees who do not opt-out of the current system wind...
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Channel 2 NewsFood poisoning was the cause of an apparent hazardous-materials incident last week at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport’s FedEx sorting facility that sickened four people, company officials said Monday. After the four employees complained...
Channel 2 NewsThe cold temperatures have arrived in Anchorage, but not the snow. This is creating extra work for some and not enough work for others. Ski resorts are relying heavily on man-made snow and team members of the Cross County Ski Team at Service High...
Tags: Career and Workplace
When you donate money to charity most assume it's primarily being used for those in need. However, non profits must operate like businesses and they do have expenses. Channel 2 looked at 2 local organizations that were among the largest beneficiaries...
Channel 2 NewsWe all enjoy dinner out from time to time, but just how safe are the kitchens where you eat? Each month, Anchorage's Department of Health and Human Services slaps restaurants with critical violations -- things that could lead to you getting sick....
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