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Recent Attacks on Nurses Underscore Need For Cal/OSHA Workplace Violence Prevention Standard

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Recent Attacks on Nurses Underscore Need For Cal/OSHA Workplace Violence Prevention Standard

Two recent separate and horrific incidents of workplace violence in the Los Angeles area speak directly to the need for a comprehensive Cal/OSHA workplace ...

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If it is Predictable, It is Preventable

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If it is Predictable, It is Preventable

Violence in healthcare facilities doesn’t know any boundaries. Anyone and everyone present and “in the way” can be a potential target.

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Victory for IWW Mobile Rail Workers

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Victory for IWW Mobile Rail Workers

An IWW victory: Mobile Rail Solutions—a small railroad servicing company based in Illinois—decided to settle ULP's out of court for $159,791

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Two Flight Attendant Unions Negotiate on Single Contract Following Airline Merger

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Two Flight Attendant Unions Negotiate on Single Contract Following Airline Merger

Two unions representing portions of the same pool of airline workers agree on joint negotiations for a single contract following a merger of the companies.

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Coalition of Immokalee Workers get Walmart on its Fair Food Program

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Coalition of Immokalee Workers get Walmart on its Fair Food Program

On January 16th Walmart signed onto CIW Fair Food Program (FFP), in what labor advocates are hailing as a breakthrough victory.

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Today in Labor History, March 2, 1990

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Today in Labor History, March 2, 1990

6,000 Greyhound bus drivers go on strike over wages and job security. In 1993, Greyhound agreed to rehire 550 striking drivers.

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Today in Labor History, March 1, 1936

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Today in Labor History, March 1, 1936

After five years of construction between 1931 and 1936 by 21,000 workers, Hoover Dam is turned over to the federal government.

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