By Mark Gruenberg
PAI Staff Writer
(PAI) - The Service Employees International Union, the International Brotherhood of Teamsters and later the United Food and Commercial Workers Union left the AFL-CIO on July 25. ..
By Mark Gruenberg
Only time will tell the ultimate result of the historic splintering of the labor movement that began at the AFL-CIO convention last month. Will the new Change to Win Coalition revitalize the labor movement, as organizers hope? Or will labor lose clout because of a splintering effect, as detractors fear? ..
Michigan is spending more than $1 billion to improve roads and bridges in 2005, and among the largest projects is the rehabilitation of I-96 in Detroit. ..
LANSING - The anti-union Associated Builders and Contractors are on a seemingly unending mission to repeal Michigan's Prevailing Wage Act. ..
For the last decade, anti-worker, pro-business rulings have been the order of the day for the Michigan Supreme Court. ..
LANSING - A flurry of recent construction-related governmental appointments highlights the benefit of having a union-friendly governor running the state. ..
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- Insulators wrap up regional skills match
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- No class: mandatory arbitration poised to become go-to method of settling work disputes
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