Collective Bargaining

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Washington Post › Sports › 5 hours ago
Miller, the head of the players union from 1966 to 1982 who helped usher in free agency as well as sports' first collective bargaining agreement, was voted in by a 16-member modern era committee, as was former catcher Ted Simmons.
The Guardian › 21 hours ago
Sanders, Buttigieg, Booker, Klobuchar and Steyer also discussed the economy, wages and healthcare at a Teamsters forum in Iowa
Forbes › 2 days ago
Labor market participation is increasingly low for men across the world, with severe repercussions both for the individual wellbeing of the men concerned, but also for the wider health of society
Forbes › Finance › 2 days ago
Marvin Miller’s candidacy for the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum will be reviewed for the eighth time this weekend. Miller’s continued omission from the hallowed halls of Cooperstown is not only a disgrace, but it exposes a vindictive...
The Sydney Morning Herald › Sports › 3 days ago
A statistic can be factually correct but still not entirely true. Take recent AFLW injury data for example.
USA Today › Sports › 3 days ago
MLB's hot stove is moving faster than the past two winters, and there could be some fireworks at the upcoming meetings in San Diego.
Forbes › Finance › 3 days ago
So far this offseason, there are a lot of encouraging signs for free agents, though there are still reasons for reserved optimism.
The Guardian › Sports › 4 days ago
The league has its problems: the dispute with China, injured stars and falling TV ratings. But fixing what isn’t broken isn’t the solution
The Sydney Morning Herald › Sports › 4 days ago
Former cross-code superstar Israel Folau may be forced to look offshore if he wants to continue his career in professional football.
The Boston Globe › Finance › 4 days ago
The plaintiff, a Muslim member of SEIU, informed the school and union last fall that his religious beliefs conflicted with paying union dues and asked that the money be diverted to charity.
USA Today › Sports › 4 days ago
Players who test positive for opioids would enter treatment and not be suspended under the change to Major League Baseball's drug agreement being negotiated by management and the players' association, according to union head Tony Clark
The New York Times › Sports › 4 days ago
Players who test positive for opioids would enter treatment and not be suspended under the change to Major League Baseball's drug agreement being negotiated by management and the players' association, according to union head Tony Clark.
CNBC › Automobile › 4 days ago
The deal includes the Italian-American automaker investing $9 billion in its U.S. manufacturing, including $4.5 billion in previously-announced investments, and the creation of 7,900 U.S. jobs over the life of the contract.
USA Today › Sports › 4 days ago
San Jose Sharks forward Evander Kane has been fined $5,000 for elbowing Washington defenseman Radko Gudas
USA Today › Sports › 4 days ago
The NHL has fined Nashville Predators forward Ryan Johansen $5,000 for elbowing Tampa Bay forward Brayden Point during the Lightning’s 3-2 overtime win
The New York Times › Opinions › 4 days ago
Starting with Nancy Pelosi, many party leaders have failed to make labor enough of a priority, which hurts their coalition.
The Guardian › Sports › 5 days ago
The US Soccer Federation has huge cash assets but it may need to drain that fund with lawsuits looming, and the men’s team in need of revival
The Sydney Morning Herald › Sports › 5 days ago
He has captained his club and state and now Daly Cherry-Evans has got another important leadership role.
USA Today › 5 days ago
Harvard graduate student workers went on strike Tuesday, becoming the first Harvard academic employees to launch a work stoppage in decades.
Chicago Tribune › 5 days ago
Elmhurst Police Department patrol officers will soon start 12-hour shifts under a trial program between the city and the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 81 bargaining unit.
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