3 Key Takeaways from Tuesday’s Primary Results

June 13, 2018

Across four states with contested primaries, Democratic voters embraced the candidates favored — and in some cases hand-picked — by party leaders in Washington and the states, spurn-ing insurgents who aligned themselves with the activist left. […]

UAW’s New Leader Faces Contract Talks, Federal Probe

June 13, 2018

United Auto Workers officials gathered in Detroit were expected to elect Gary Jones, director of the union’s Region 5 covering 17 western and southwestern states, to a four-year term as the union’s next president. Jones will lead the historic union […]

SAG-AFTRA Inks Deal with Zeus SVOD Service

June 12, 2018

“A decade after a hundred-day writers’ strike shook the industry in a dispute over webisodes and over internet platforms that didn’t exist yet — and a half-decade since Netflix began its meteoric rise — SAG-AFTRA has signed an agreement with […]

California’s ‘Seismic Shift’ on Workplace

June 12, 2018

In a ruling that could change the workplace status of people across the state, the California Supreme Court made it harder in late April for employers to classify their workers as independent contractors, write Maura Dolan and Andrew Khouri in the ‘Los Angeles Times.’ […]

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