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October 8, 2013

Boston bus strike leaves students without way to school

  • 600 the number of Boston bus drivers that went on strike Tuesday morning, in an action which affects thousands of schoolchildren throughout the city and that the district calls illegal. A school spokesman says the union was opposed to new driver safety and timeliness regulations, as well as a real-time bus tool for parents. While schools will remain open in the city, tardiness and absense won’t count against students. source
9:03 // 10 months ago
November 29, 2012
thecallus:

reuters:

Fast-food restaurant employees protested in New York City on Thursday, demanding higher pay and the right to form a union - the latest attempt by lower-wage workers in the United States to increase their compensation.
The campaign, called “Fast Food Forward,” seeks to roughly double hourly pay to $15 an hour and is being billed as the largest attempt to unionize U.S. fast-food workers.
Leading the effort is New York Communities for Change, a group that has helped unionize low-wage carwash and grocery workers in New York.
Strikes were scheduled at McDonald’s, Burger King, Wendy’s, Taco Bell, KFC, Pizza Hut and Domino’s restaurants around the city throughout the day.
READ ON: Fast-food workers in New York protest for higher wages

As I say to both parties in a negotiation: good luck! Play fair, and secure a win / win outcome.

Good luck to all involved.

thecallus:

reuters:

Fast-food restaurant employees protested in New York City on Thursday, demanding higher pay and the right to form a union - the latest attempt by lower-wage workers in the United States to increase their compensation.

The campaign, called “Fast Food Forward,” seeks to roughly double hourly pay to $15 an hour and is being billed as the largest attempt to unionize U.S. fast-food workers.

Leading the effort is New York Communities for Change, a group that has helped unionize low-wage carwash and grocery workers in New York.

Strikes were scheduled at McDonald’s, Burger King, Wendy’s, Taco Bell, KFC, Pizza Hut and Domino’s restaurants around the city throughout the day.

READ ON: Fast-food workers in New York protest for higher wages

As I say to both parties in a negotiation: good luck! Play fair, and secure a win / win outcome.

Good luck to all involved.

(via thecallus-deactivated20130520)

12:51 // 1 year ago
July 17, 2011
11:26 // 3 years ago