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AFSCME's education director Rachel Panciera facilitates a discussion on what the public doesn't know about government workers' jobs. (Lydia DePillis/The Washington Post) The last time someone tried...
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2015/06/29 18:19
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Four men approached the controls of the bridge deck, taking command of the array of dials and buttons with some hesitance. The lights were dim, with faint ultraviolet rays illuminating white shirts...
2015/06/29 13:20
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As the financial system in Greece comes to a screeching halt this week, a smaller catastrophe looms in Puerto Rico, where the government is likewise set for disputes with its creditors over how to pay...
2015/06/26 20:20
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Alejandro Zuniga, from Houston, Texas, joins other demonstrators outside the US Chamber of Commerce in Washington, Friday, June 5, 2015. The group was delivering a petition urging the Chamber of...
2015/06/18 21:19
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This worker at LAX makes a living wage, because the city forced airport contractors to pay it. (Patrick T. Fallon/Bloomberg) Today, the Philadelphia City Council officially signed a new lease with...
2015/06/18 13:19
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Pope Francis waves as he arrives to lead his Wednesday general audience in Saint Peter's Square at the Vatican on June 17, 2015. (Photo by Max Rossi/Reuters) Pope Francis's views on climate change...
2015/06/18 11:19
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Pope Francis waves as he arrives to lead his Wednesday general audience in Saint Peter's square at the Vatican June 17, 2015. REUTERS/Max Rossi First of all, while addressing the need to protect the...
2015/06/17 16:19
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Debbie Kellogg, right, a school teacher, and Russ Leavitt, a UAW employee, express their opinion of the proposed North American Free Trade Agreement while heading to a rally with House Majority Leader...
2015/06/15 20:19
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Terry Pham employs a couple dozen people at Fat Straws, his small chain of bubble tea shops in Dallas. And he has lots of ways of managing them. He uses a behavioral assessment to screen job...
2015/06/12 21:19
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National AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka speaks in Portland, Ore., Monday, May 18, 2015, about the organization's concerns over the Trans-Pacific Partnership treaty that President Obama is pushing....
2015/06/10 17:19
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Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks at Texas Southern University in Houston on June 4. (Reuters/Donna Carson) An unexpected thing happened over the weekend. Activists and union...
2015/06/08 21:19
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Solidarity works -- to an extent. (Lydia DePillis/The Washington Post) DETROIT, Mich. — This past weekend, the walls of Cobo Center on the Detroit River reverberated with more than the usual amount...
2015/06/08 13:19
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Friday's jobs report was solidly encouraging, as Matt O'Brien writes at Wonkblog. U.S. firms added 280,000 employees to their payrolls, the Bureau of Labor Statistics said, more than analysts had...
2015/06/07 15:19
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Mary Kay Henry, president of the Service Employees International Union, and members of the Fight for $15 national organizing committee listen to Hillary Clinton on the phone. (Lydia DePillis/The...
2015/06/06 05:19
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Of all workplace positions, perhaps none is quite so exploitable — at least stereotypically — as the intern. Sometimes paid, but often not, they're asked to perform duties nobody else wants to do in...
2015/06/04 18:19
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Nick Denton, new employer of a unionized workforce. Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg) After an organizing drive that moved at a velocity commensurate with its rapid-fire approach to news coverage, the workers...
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