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Union Corruption

Union Corruption

The hammer finally fell on Gary Jones, former President of the UAW, as federal prosecutors charged the disgraced union leader with plotting to embezzle over $1 million in the widespread scandal. Ironically, just as the Teamsters finally emerged from three decades of...

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It’s All Academic

Fifty-four graduate assistants received an unwelcome letter in the last week of February from University of California, Santa Cruz, notifying them they will no longer have teaching appointments for the spring semester.  The grad assistants had started a strike, which...

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Manufacturing + Logistics

Manufacturing + Logistics

Auto companies have shut down production for various lengths of time, including Ford, GM, FCA, Honda, Toyota, Nissan and Hyundai.  A couple of workers were sent home with the virus from an FCA plant in Sterling, Michigan sparking a set of wild cat strikes in protest,...

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Labor Around The World

Labor Around The World

France provided another blow to gig-economy companies by claiming Uber drivers were employees, not contractors.  Services like Uber, Lyft, Just Eat-Takeaway and Deliveroo are facing legal challenges from Brazil to Colombia, as they have been in the U.S.

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Labor Relations Insight

Labor Relations Insight

by Phil Wilson Is the PRO Act a Mate in One? This week the NLRB issued its highly anticipated rulemaking on joint employer, overruling the controversial Browning Ferris decision. If you haven’t read through the 53-page final rule (and why would you – that’s what...

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