Workers’ rights are human rights. They don’t come from laws — they come from being human. In the Workers Rights section, we report on the right to organize and bargain collectively, the right to a decent standard of living, and the right to be treated fairly and with dignity.
A temporary rule interprets state law to say that employers with over 25 workers must allow up to 12 weeks unpaid leave for workers to care for their children whose school or daycare has been closed.
Of the three workers laid off March 16, two were leaders of the union campaign and were serving on the Pacific Northwest Newspaper Guild bargaining team.
ILWU is now supposed to pay terminal operator ICTSI $19 million, after a federal judge said the evidence did not support a jury award of $93.6 million.
General Labor & Industrial Staffing Services’ response to the arrival of a giant inflatable rat? Call the police and threaten legal action.
Pregnant members can get up to 26 weeks of benefits, starting 13 weeks before their due date, and ending 13 weeks after the birth.
A federal judge is set to hear charges May 19 that Nexstar Media illegally walked away from negotiations with NABET-CWA.
An outside attorney will interview dozens of OHSU employees to determine if other members of the management bargaining team took part in deceptive trolling.
ILWU argued that a jury accepted a grossly inflated estimate when it ordered $93.6 million in economic damages.
The PRO Act would restore the power of workers to unionize, bargain collectively, and strike.
Volunteers are helping County officials police construction work sites to make sure contractors are obeying labor laws.