Labor headlines from the December 5, 1997, edition of the Northwest Labor Press
Apple warehouse workers file for
- Apple warehouse workers seeking an end to poverty-level wages, unsafe workplaces and supervisor abuse are looking to the Teamsters for help.
Fahey will run for Oregon labor commissioner
- Mike Fahey, executive secretary-treasurer of the Portland Metal Trades Council, announced this week that he will run for commissioner of the Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries.
'Made in USA' book available
- This holiday season -- or any time for that matter -- if you're looking for Made in America products, make it easier by reading the fourth edition of "Made in the USA: The Complete Guide to America's Finest Products."
Providence Health System lands
on labor's Unfair List
- The Northwest Oregon Labor Council (NOLC) has placed the Sisters of Providence Health System on its Unfair List at the request of Painters District Council 55 and the Columbia-Pacific Building Trades Council for failure to pay area standard wages and benefits.
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