Detroit has announced settlements with its largest union and a group of unsecured bondholders — AFSCME Council 25.
UAW Vice President Joe Ashton has been nominated to serve on the GM Board of Directors.
UAW President Bob King says it would be difficult to win NLRB hearing and second election.
It’s a pivotal week for organized labor, as workers at a Volkswagen plant in Chattanooga, Tennessee vote on whether to be represented by the United Auto Workers.
AFSCME Local along with other union members were protesting hiring of an emergency manager for the city of Detroit.
The proposals are flying back and forth between the NHL and the players’ association.
The NHL and its locked-out players might turn up in a courtroom before they find their way back onto the ice.
A union activist and Highland Park school board member has filed a lawsuit against right-to-work legislation, claiming violation of the Open Meetings Act.
Bob King thinks pragmatism and patriotism will pull Congess together.
There will not be a strike nor a settlement in the short-term as the Canadian Auto Workers union is now taking negotiations on a day-to-day basis.