What Our Members Do: Dominick Tavella, CAS

January 31, 2018

In 2012, Sound One, the studio I was working at, abruptly closed (with one week’s notice!) and I had about four or five months of solid work lined up ready to start in three weeks or so. […]

Wages Rise at 2.6 Percent in 2017 Despite Q4 Slowdown

January 31, 2018

US workers’ wages and benefits grew 2.6 percent last year, the fastest 12-month pace since the spring of 2015. The 12-month gain in wages and benefits came despite a slight slowdown at the end of last year with wages and benefits rising […]

Boston Herald Says Labor Pacts Must Go or Paper Goes Under

January 31, 2018

The Boston Herald is firing back at union objections to its bank-ruptcy plan by arguing that if costly labor contracts aren’t axed, buyers will disappear and the newspaper will go under—leaving the paper’s creditors to sell off furniture, computers and […]

Beck: Democrats Idly Watch Republicans Kneecap Organized Labor

January 29, 2018

“The 28 so-called American ‘right-to-work states’ prohibit making union membership a prerequisite for employment in any work place,” writes Chris Beck in Splice Today. “In other words, workers opting out are able to reap all of the substantial benefits […]

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