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Channel 2 NewsA plan approved by the Anchorage School Board to outsource some of the snow removal operations in the Anchorage School District this year is raising the eyebrows of some in Anchorage's local Teamsters Union. ASD employs a fleet of snow plows and road...
If the horrific garment factory collapse last month in Bangladesh has any silver lining, it is the response from more than 30 of the world's leading apparel companies — including Benetton, PVH, Abercrombie & Fitch, H&M, Inditex (Zara), Marks &...
Just days after the Palatine Community Consolidated School District 15 Board of Education voted in favor of dismissing students early on Fridays to allow teachers time for professional development, the teachers union filed a grievance, saying the schedule...
Sears said Wednesday it does not plan to sign a fire and building safety agreement backed by some of Europe's biggest apparel brands aimed at trying to prevent another disaster like the one in Bangladesh that killed more than 1,100 workers. Instead, the...
WASHINGTON — Facing questions about the Justice Department's secret seizure of reporters' phone records, the White House says that it will renew its push for legislation that would offer federal protections to journalists and their sources....
The Hartford CourantAbout 50 municipal union members attended Tuesday's town council meeting to demonstrate their unity in the wake of the town's decision to send their contract to arbitration, their leaders said. Dressed in green union T-shirts reading "We Make America...
Tags: Career and Workplace, AFSCME, Employees, Newington, Unions
It's no secret Anthony Rizzo is one of the cornerstones of the Cubs' rebuilding project. From his first spring training in 2012 to the nonstop "Rizzo Watch" last April and May when he played at Triple-A Iowa, the Cubs have been hyping Rizzo as the...
The Hartford CourantThe union representing town and some school employees expressed disappointment Monday with the town's decision to seek arbitration more than 10 months after its old contract expired. "We tried as hard as we could to reach an agreement that's fair to...
The Securities and Exchange Commission is certainly looking all spiffy and new these days. Mary Jo White, the former federal prosecutor and Debevoise & Plimpton law partner, has taken over as chairman. She tapped her longtime deputy at the Southern...
The Hartford CourantA federal court in New Haven is scheduled to hear the case next month of a man who claims he was abused by police during a 2007 arrest. Christopher Roguz is suing the city as well as former police Officer Jeffrey Walsh, who was fired in connection...
The Maine Township High School District 207 School Board approved a settlement agreement of $10,000 this week, ending a possible legal battle with a former music teacher who filed a federal lawsuit alleging his civil rights were violated and claiming he...
Kudos to the East Hartford town council for refusing to bow down to an arbitration panel's decision in its contract dispute with the police union. [May 4, news, "Council Rejects Pension Agreement"]. It's about time that someone stood up for taxpayers...
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