Unions Take a Hit After Supreme Court Ruling

August 5, 2018

Public-sector unions are facing steep falls in revenue and trying to prevent the loss of members in the wake of a recent Supreme Court ruling. In New York, Pennsylvania and Illinois, state governments have stopped collecting millions of dollars in […]

JetBlue Pilots Approve Their First Union Contract

July 27, 2018

JetBlue Airways Corp.’s pilots approved the first labor contract in the carrier’s history. The pact was approved by 74 percent of those voting, with 98 percent of eligible pilots participating, the Air Line Pilots Association said in statement Friday. […]

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