• Today in Labor History
    Dec. 6, 1977: 
    United Mine Workers begin what is to become a 110-day national coal strike.
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  • McDonald’s Reaches Deal with Labor Board in Franchise-Retaliation Case
    Posted On: Mar 19, 2018
    Mar. 19, 2018 | WORKERS’ RIGHTS | McDonald’s and the U.S. National Labor Relations Board asked an agency judge to approve the settlement of a long-running workplace-retaliation case, cutting short a trial that could lead to increased corporate liability for alleged wrongdoing by franchisees. The trial, which was to resume Monday after a two-month delay, stems from claims by McDonald’s franchise employees that they were fired for joining a national effort to obtain a $15 hourly wage, the so-called Fight For $15 movement backed by the Service Employees International Union. ““Donald Trump’s NLRB is trying to railroad workers into terrible settlements and let corporations violating labor laws off the hook,” Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) said in a statement…“Today’s proposal by McDonalds is not a settlement. In a real settlement, McDonald’s would take responsibility” for the alleged actions of its franchisees, said Micah Wissinger, an attorney for the Fast Food Workers Organizing Committee. “We look forward to presenting our objections to the judge.”… Bloomberg
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