Labor headlines from the January 21, 2000, edition of the Northwest Labor Press
Portland labor-management program
saving tax dollars
- To protect against privatization, unions that represent City of Portland employees have been involved in an ongoing partnership with management to cut costs.
Corvallis bus drivers get contract
- After more than two years at the bargaining table, approximately 50 members of Amalgamated Transit Union Local 757 employed at Laidlaw Transit Inc. have a first-time contract.
State wants to use inmate labor
to build new women's prison in Wilsonville
- Representatives from the Oregon State Building and Construction Trades Council are angry about a plan for 83,000 hours of construction work to be done by inmate labor in building the new Day Road women's prison in Wilsonville.
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