Baltimore Mayor Vetoes $15 Minimum Wage Bill

March 26, 2017

The council had already voted 11 to 3 on Monday to approve the bill, which would raise the minimum wage in the city gradually to reach $15 an hour by 2022. Twelve of the council’s 15 members would have to vote to override the veto. […]

Switch Hitters: Technical Directors Edit Live!

March 24, 2017

More than 40 people filled the Dede Allen Seminar Room at the Hollywood offices of the Motion Picture Editors Guild on Saturday morning, March 18 for the third installment of the four-part “Meet the Artists” discussion series. […]

Nissan Declines Talks with Union After Mississippi Rally

March 24, 2017

“It would be inappropriate to have discussions with your union regarding employees at Nissan’s manufacturing plant in Canton, Mississippi, without your union first having obtained the support of a majority of employees at that plant,” Becker wrote in […]

WGA Contract Talks Coming Down to Wire

March 23, 2017

Negotiations for a new WGA film and TV contract are coming down to the wire. The talks, which started March 13, were scheduled to conclude Saturday. If negotiations stall, however, the leadership of the WGA East and WGA West would most likely ask members for a strike authorization. […]

Trump’s Labor Nominee Hints at Updating Overtime Rule

March 23, 2017

“The overtime rule hasn’t been updated since 2004,” Acosta said. “It’s unfortunate that rules that involve dollar values can sometimes go more than a decade, sometimes 15 years, without being updated. Because life does get more expensive.” […]

Applications for US Jobless Aid Rise to Still-Low 258,000

March 23, 2017

More people sought US unemployment benefits last week, but applications are still at a low level that points to a healthy job market. The four-week average ticked up 1,000 to 240,000. The number of people receiving benefits fell 39,000 to 2 million […]

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