Permanent Solutions Labor Consultants, is joined by Reynaldo Velazquez, a seasoned labor lawyer with Ford Harrisonin Florida, and Suzanne Geimer, a Southern California-based nurses’ rights activist and on-the-ground warrior who has led the charge in providing nurses with an avenue to working in a union free environment.
Our topic is the ever-controversial Right to Work legislation. We will be discussing some key points about Right to Work, with a focus on separating fact from fiction. Throughout the country, there have been a lot of questions and concerns about Right to Work, especially with Michigan’s (PSLabor’s home state) recent passage of Right to Work laws. The passage of Right to Work in Michigan was made amidst a flurry of controversy
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If you’re a professor at Wayne State or Western Michigan, or a school teacher in Taylor or Berkley and are eager to exercise your right to end your forced union membership, fuggedaboutit.
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Republicans say it’s a simple change, from opting out to opting in. But by making it more difficult for public employee unions to collect dues, GOP lawmakers in Kansas and Missouri could weaken a chief political nemesis.
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The Culinary Union plans to picket the Las Vegas Strip for the first time in over a decade.
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Medicals costs are going up. Who would have thought
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Fortune\’s management and career blog offers readers content on managing employees, dealing with employers, workplace issues and flexibility, career tips and insight, company products, increasing worker productivity, advice on business management,…
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CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — Legislation in New Hampshire that would excuse nonunion employees from contract-negotiation fees is up for discussion once again before lawmakers, after two recent failed attempts.
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