What We're Reading Today: Labor News Roundup

Friday, January 31, 2014

What We're Reading Today: Labor News Roundup(Metropolitan Washington Council, AFL-CIO)

OPM Plans To Trim 356 Employees In March, Washington Post
“It’s disheartening and sad,” said Charletta McNeill, president of the American Federation of Government Employees Local 32, which represents many of the affected workers. “When you receive a [layoff notice], it’s a game-changer. We had a lot of employees questioning what’s next.”

One-Day Strikes Yield Union in D.C., Labor Notes
Former Assistant Mobilizer Julia Kann reports on how Smithsonian food service workers were able to move from one-day strikes to union representation. photo by Julia Kann


Powered by Orchid Suites
Orchid ver. 4.7.6.