Musicians’ Pension Plan Seeks to Cut Benefits

January 13, 2020

The largest musicians’ pension plan in the United States is seeking to cut retirement benefits that have already been earned by thousands of musicians, in an effort to keep the plan from running out of money. The plan, the American Federation of Musicians and Employers’ Pension Fund — which covers more than 50,000 people […]

UAW Bid to Organize Tesla Going Before NLRB

January 12, 2020

The National Labor Relations Board will take up the long-running case involving employees attempting to organize a chapter of the United Auto Workers at Tesla factories in Fremont, California, and […]

US Added 145,000 Jobs in December; Unemployment at 3.5%

January 10, 2020

Hiring for the final month of 2019 capped a year of steady but slowing gains in employment, the latest evidence that the American labor market has not run out of breath. Sluggish growth and uncertainty abroad, combined with a maturing labor […]

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