What We're Reading: Labor News Roundup

Wednesday, March 12, 2014

What We're Reading: Labor News Roundup(Metropolitan Washington Council, AFL-CIO)SuperShuttle Drivers Find Common Enemy in Veolia, Labor Notes (3/10): It’s been a bumpy road for SuperShuttle drivers attempting to organize at three D.C.-area airports. To win recognition, the drivers must prove they are employees—of a global corporation that’s making more money off workers’ fees than customers’ payments. “Before you start the week, you owe them,” driver Patrick Benhene tells former Union City staffer Julia Kann... photo: UFCW 1994 MCGEO
Politicians: Building Trades Show The Way In Rebuilding U.S., PAI
With the federal government mired in partisan warfare, U.S. building trades unions are showing the way in rebuilding the country, while also reaching out – and putting to work – the women and minorities who will be the future of the construction industry, two top politicians said Monday at the Building and Construction Trades Department's annual legislative conference…


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