Employment. Labor market.
Unions say ongoing budget cuts are part of a pattern that is undermining Clark College’s ability to provide a quality education.
The Powell’s Books union contract offers laid off workers recall rights when jobs reappear, but the CEO says those recall rights have expired.
President Biden is asking Congress for $2 trillion in federal investment in infrastructure, research, training and home care over a decade.
An April 1 union vote could get members of IATSE Local 28 back to work at Portland Trail Blazers and Portland Winterhawks home games.
Postmaster General DeJoy’s 10-year plan to save USPS would slow first class mail delivery, reduce post office hours, and raise prices.
Many members of IATSE Locals 28, 488, B20, and 154 haven’t worked a day since the pandemic turned life upside down a year ago.
The jobs are union and include park maintenance, rec center customer service, exercise instructors, camp counselors, and aquatic staff.
City of Portland building code enforcers, facing layoff, are getting some unexpected love from the construction industry.
It’s part of a “pure play” trend in which publicly-traded companies focus on one line of business, so that stock correlates with its sector.
Eugene’s once-great Register-Guard has seen rapid decline since its family owners sold it in 2018—and waves of staff cuts and outsourcing.