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EEA&Z, P.C. 6h
Hotels that use "Green Programs" are just trying to cut labor costs vs conserve energy. Hotel workers end up working harder and they use the same (if not even more) water and chemicals to tackle dirtier rooms.
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pauline kelly 6h
Already do!! Even gave up my aero mousse 😏 but somethings are important, my principles being one!!
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Sydney Bus Driver Nov 11
Strawberry Arrest... yes it was wrong to take it out on innocent customers... but I would like to ask thre Unions if she was paid a proper Australia min. Hourly wage?
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Lane Brooks 11h
Yea - but Nyc doesn’t need to give the house away. They need us. So sick of States doing this for sports teams et al. Corporations just got a HUGE tax cut. When is corporate welfare too much - businesses supported by government -
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RAH Unionise 7h
it's a simple matter of fairness. you agreed to a majority of votes cast deciding the ballot, , and 52% voted for . said this was "unprecendented": not a good look.
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FLAP 11h
Fighting back when you see your employer doing something wrong can be scary, and risky, but there are laws that protect you in a number of situations. Contact us to learn more at (847) 668 2114
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Federica K. Silva Nov 13
And just FYI. Until Friday I can be sacked without being given any particular motivation, if my employers fancy so. I wish I could bring Thatcher back to life just to spit on her face.
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Randhir Auluck 13h
Micro-chipping workers - another tool on the rolling bandwagon of workplace measures for the degradation of workers’ basic rights.
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Smoke-free Atlanta 15h
reports that the toxic chemicals found in secondhand smoke include sewer gas, poison, and exhaust gas.
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#DDD 18h
Tribunal rules Addison Lee drivers are workers, not self employed Now let’s get behind ⁦⁩ taxi drivers case Read the blog below and please contribute what you can
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CPR Nov 5
With no real evidence to back it up, the Trump administration has proposed scrapping a key child labor rule at nursing homes and hospitals. The proposal would put teenage workers and patients in danger of serious injury.
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Randhir Auluck 13h
Micro-chipping employees?!!! Wouldn’t there be the small issue of workers’ basic or are we saying that workers are simply company assets to be wrung dry & tightly controlled every minute of every day in the pursuit of profit?
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Federica K. Silva Nov 13
Cherry on top. Because I'll be here I'll have to work a couple of hours a day (if needed) during my (basically) forced holidays. Oh, and the employers will be away from 22/12 till 30/12 obvs. They have a family, you know.
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rockdj79 Nov 13
did the same thing....ZERO explanation; I liked most of the people in their warehouses, then 8 months later??? BAM. Random mysterious deactivation. forefit basic most people take for granted
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Randhir Auluck 13h
In a word, NO! We have enough control and scrutiny measures for workers already. Would workers who refuse to be micro-chipped be sanctioned or simply removed from the payroll?
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Stitched Up Nov 12
INSPIRATION // Made in the UK doesn't necessarily mean made ethically. 'Brit sweatshop workers earning as little as £3 an hour making copycat celeb outfits'
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Business & Human Rights Nov 13
: Foodora offers to pay less than half the amount claimed by underpaid workers and other creditors: |
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chi onwurah 15h
Congratulations, this is another significant step for working people & especially important when we have a Govt actively preventing being brought into the 21stC
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Underpaid Clothing ® - Value Your Worth 13h
Marriott workers have been on strike for over a month now fighting for higher pay, safer working conditions & protection against sexual harassment. We went to Boston to show our support.
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Popham Law Firm 16h
If you're injured on the job you are entitled to file a claim for workers' compensation benefits. If you’re being stalled by your employer, contact the Kansas City employment law experts at the Popham Law Firm for help
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