The 3-1 decision by the National Labor Relations Board reverses a 2004 ruling and opens the door to union drives at private universities across the country.
Reversing a landmark ruling from the George W. Bush era, the National Labor Relations Board ruled today that graduate students who work as teaching and research assistants at private universities have the right to form labor unions. "This...Show More Summary
On Tuesday, the National Labor Relations Board ruled that graduate students employed by private universities are permitted to unionize under federal law. The 3-1 decision reversed a previous NLRB ruling that barred these students from unionizing in 2004. Show More Summary
NLRB appointments are important: Graduate students who work as teaching and research assistants at private universities are entitled to collective bargaining, the National Labor Relations Board ruled Tuesday. The NLRB said that a previous ruling by the board — that these workers were not entitled to collective bargaining because they are students — was flawed. […]
A new National Labor Relations Board ruling means undergraduates and graduates with teaching-related jobs at their schools will be able to join unions.
As tensions simmer with Beijing, and in a show of the close relations between Washington and Tokyo, Japan’s Defense Minister Tomomi Inada visited a US naval base on Tuesday and boarded the USS Ronald Reagan.
The National Labor Relations Board has ruled that student teachers and research assistants at private universities are employees and have a right to be represented by unions. The 3-1 ruling Tuesday... To view the full story, click the title link.
The National Labor Relations Board ruled Tuesday that graduate assistants at Columbia University are eligible to unionize, a highly anticipated decision that will reverberate throughout higher education. In its 3-1 ruling, the boardShow More Summary
A ruling by the National Labor Relations Board involving students at Columbia opens the door for teaching assistants at private universities to organize.
It’s official: World travelers agree that American swimmer Ryan Lochte was a jerk. As the Olympics concluded, folks departing Rio de Janeiro had one last chance to relate their feelings about the games on a marker board set up at the airport. Show More Summary
Trump doesn't like it when people say no. He was hit with a $10,000 fine today related to the use of public space within Trump Tower. Here are the details via Andrew Siff of NBC: JUST IN: @realDonaldTrump fined $10,000 by #NYC boardShow More Summary
Step aside, Orlando Bloom! Orly may have shown his peen on a paddle board, but Katy Perry is attempting to upstage him with her butt on a bike! Related: Orlando & Katy Show Some PDA This is the kind of lovers' competition we like to see! On Wednesday, K.P. posted a very "cheeky" shot of her backside while cycling [...]
Highlighting coffee socials misses the larger context when it comes to LGBTQ and TPS community relations. Last week, Police Chief Mark Saunders sent a letter of support [PDF] to Pride Toronto’s Board of Directors. Officially, he says...Show More Summary
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The New York-based conglomerate has the smallest heart when it comes to its employees and contractors. A settlement was announced Thursday between Trump International Hotel Las Vegas and the National Labor Relations Board, adding toShow More Summary
Apple’s Senior Vice President of Worldwide Marketing Phil Schiller is joining Illumina’s board of directors, a company that provides technologies related to DNA sequencing for healthcare research among other services. more… Filed under: Apple
Labor issues continue to plague $16 billion co-working startup WeWork. WeWork, which aims to build " beautiful, shared office spaces" with a community mindset, is now facing a formal complaint from the National Labor Relations Board. The...Show More Summary
The National Labor Relations Board has reaffirmed its dismissal an unfair labor practice charge brought by an Israeli law firm against a U.S. union, the United Electrical Workers, over its support of protests against Israeli policies including the union’s endorsement of the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement (BDS) movement. Show More Summary
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NEW YORK — Shared workspace provider WeWork is fighting a battle on two fronts. The National Labor Relations Board is currently examining at least three complaints against the New York-based company over unpaid wages to former staff....Show More Summary