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— The United Steelworkers union will vote Tuesday on a proposed six-year contract with Caterpillar Inc. that would freeze wages, increase contributions to health care costs and offer senior employees fewer protections. The proposed agreement covers...
“It’s Earth Week. There should be zero tolerance in Hagerstown and Washington County for littering of cigarette butts; burning cigarette butts in roadways, and cigarette butts in our beautiful parks.” — Hagerstown “In regard...
Tags: Punishment, Quitting Smoking, Rentals, Business, Politics
Tribune reporterMembers of the United Steel Workers in Wisconsin are set to vote Tuesday on a proposed six-year contract with Caterpillar Inc. that would freeze wages, increase health care costs and give senior employees fewer protections. The proposed agreement covers...
Tags: 401K, Employees, Caterpillar Inc., Career and Workplace, Strikes
I have lots of questions about the Black Guerrilla Family case, starting with this: Was the warden of the Baltimore City Detention Center asked to approve maternity leave for any of the female correctional officers allegedly impregnated by inmate Tavon...
NEW DELHI, India -- The death toll in Bangladesh rose to more than 300 people Friday following the collapse this week of a building that housed five apparel factories, officials said, as protests by workers at other garment plants intensified....
A year ago Chicago teachers, clinicians, paraprofessionals and parents hoped that their strength in numbers and unity would yield the legislative action and contract settlement needed to remedy the problems teachers face in the classroom —...
NEW DELHI — A clothing factory in an emerging country collapses or catches fire with horrific loss of life. Famous Western brands are found in the wreckage. An investigation reveals substandard practices in the local and global clothing trade....
Tags: Dhaka (Bangladesh), Mangos, Emily Alpert, AFL-CIO, Consumers
Baltimore officials are refusing to pay the city's former speed and red-light camera operator $2 million for its final three months of work, a period that preceded the troubled start for the new contractor in January. The city stopped issuing tickets...
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Baltimore City said Tuesday that it will throw out more than 6,000 speed and red-light camera tickets because its former contractor has stopped showing up in court to defend them — the latest sign of the dysfunction dogging Baltimore's speed...
Clout StreetChicago police sergeants on Monday overwhelmingly rejected a proposed contract that Mayor Rahm Emanuel had called a blueprint for restoring financial soundness to the city’s woefully underfunded pension systems. The sergeants union voted 876-134...
Orland Fire Protection District officials are waiting to see if prosecutors indict a firefighter charged with reckless homicide before pursuing their own disciplinary measures against him, according to the district's attorney. Patrick Bruce, 45, of...
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