United Food and Commercial Workers
Activists celebrated the decision, but remain concerned about the welfare of workers in hog plants.
Labor and safety groups are urging the Agriculture Department to turn down their request out of concern for workers and the public.
Giving workers points and disciplining them for medical absences is not only unjust, it is often a violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Workers want an environmentalist on the board, but the retail giant says its billionaire patriarch's charity work is enough.
As sales growth slows, Walmart is seeking to improve customer service.
The 1.3 million-member union says Clinton is its candidate.
Immigrant farm, food and commercial workers gathered in Lafayette Square across from the White House the week before Thanksgiving Day to remind their fellow Americans of the flesh-and-blood human beings who are behind the great bounty of food all of us share on this celebrated holiday.
Meanwhile, those who lost the most with AB 880′s defeat can only wonder what went wrong. In reality, the new system has allowed
"Our associates are the best generators of ideas," said Kory Lundberg, the spokesman. "They've been telling us they want
The remedies reached in a settlement can run the gamut from significant, like reinstating fired workers, to relatively minor
Judging from the speeches made by California Senators Alex Padilla, Kevin de Leon, and Ricardo Lara at a press conference in Vernon on Friday, January 24th, statewide plastic bag legislation may well be "in the bag."
This post has been updated with Dominic Ware's comments. According to the board, Walmart has until Jan. 28 to respond to
A Pennsylvania-based developer is suing a United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW) Local for $1.5 million, alleging the union is using a "Shill Strategy" to line up neighbors to block his proposed Wal-Mart superstore.