Labor

Labor and management develop some chemistry

Sparks are flying between the chemical industry and organized construction labor -- two groups which, by working together, could have a major impact on economic growth and job creation in our country.
 
The good news is that these...

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DOT to U.S. workers: Everything matters except you

Aviation is about people: We move lives. In the midst of a national discussion about trade benefiting multinational corporations rather than the people who move America with good jobs, the Obama administration issued a shocking...

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Fighting pay discrimination

In 2016, it should be common sense that women and men get equal pay for equal work. Your salary should be based on your experience and qualifications – not your gender. But unfortunately, gender-based wage differences still exist, and for many...

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Consequences of restrictive scheduling

Opportunity is the first chapter of every American success story. It begins when somebody is given a chance.
 
But sadly, countless opportunities may disappear because of regulations being considered by city and state governments...

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