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Employee and Employer Relations

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NY Times

The National Labor Relations Board has ruled that employers have the right to prohibit workers from using the company’s e-mail system to send out union-related messages, a decision that could hamper communications between labor unions and their membe

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AP

Arizona's governor signed a bill Monday that prohibits people from hiring illegal immigrants and requires businesses to verify applicants' employment eligibility, saying Congress was apparently "incapable" of helping.

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The Swamp

NSA Director Lt. Gen. Keith Alexander has launched a marketing blitz. His goal: to get his employees on message. Last month, Alexander launched an "Internal Communications Campaign" to promote "buy-in" among his troops for plan

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Washington Post(Steve Barr)

The changes would sharply curb union rights at Defense and overhaul how the department's civilian employees are paid, promoted and disciplined. The ruling ended a string of judicial and legislative triumphs by unions opposed to Bush adminstratio

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Alternet

Is a college degree really a sign of competence? Or is it chiefly a signal to employers that you've mastered the ability to obey and conform? (Her suggestion for this problem is wrong. I'd woudl suggest to seperate school and state)

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FEE(Sheldon Richman)

No issue is more contentious in labor relations than the Employee Free Choice Act(EFCA). This bill, now pending in Congress, would require the National Labor Relations Board(NLRB) to recognize a union when "a majority of the employees in a unit

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AP

President Bush would veto legislation championed by Democrats and labor groups that would make it easier to organize unions by eliminating employer rights to demand secret-ballot elections, the White House said

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Wall Street Journal

The House of Representatives has scheduled a vote as early as today on the a bill that strips 140 million US workers of the right to decide in private whether to unionize. Natually, it's called the Employee Free Choice Act.

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AFP

[Unionize] The bullying of British workers has hit the headlines, but victims have tended to sit tight before complaining to bosses and taking legal action that could now net them substantial compensation.

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AP

In the nine months Davis and her boyfriend had taught English at the school in rural north China, they had endured extra work hours, unpaid salaries and frigid temperatures without heating and, on many days, electricity.

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Reuters

Big Brother is not only watching but he is also reading your e-mail. According to a new study, about a third of big companies in the United States and Britain hire employees to read and analyse outbound e-mail as they seek to guard against legal,

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Security Focus

Two employees have been injected with RFID chips this week as part of a new requirement to access their company's datacenter. Cincinnati based surveillance company CityWatcher.com created the policy with the hopes of increasing security in th

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After decades of hard-fought victories at the bargaining table, the United Auto Workers union faces the prospect of unprecedented wage and benefit concessions at one of its largest employers. In addition to Delphi Corp., the clock may be ticking agai

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