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Former Employees to be Compensated by Wal-Mart After Unionizing

Former Employees to be Compensated by Wal-Mart After Unionizing On Friday, the Supreme Court in Canada ruled that Wal-Mart has to compensate former employees at a store in Quebec that closed after voting to become the first Wal-Mart store in North America to form a union. According to The…>read more

No Comment June 30, 2014

Twinkies Return as Hostess Rises from the Ashes

Twinkies Return as Hostess Rises from the Ashes Twinkies are back! The brand that brought us such a suggestively named range of products – Twinkies, Ding-Dongs, Snow-Balls, Ho-ho’s – is back, with new owners, after Hostess plunged in its fight with unionized workers, who strangled the company with…>read more

No Comment June 24, 2013

Union Backlash Against Obamacare

Union Backlash Against Obamacare Obama has had considerable backing from unions these last couple elections, and such political constituents were especially attracted to Obama’s overhaul of health care through the Affordable Health Care Act. Now, there’s some backlash over how such Health Care is…>read more

No Comment May 24, 2013

Union Membership in United States Drops in 2012

Union Membership in United States Drops in 2012 In 2012, the percentage of United States employees who belong to unions dropped to 11.3 percent, the lowest percentage in 76 years, according to Reuters. Compared to the data in 2011, the total number of union employees dropped by 400,000…>read more

No Comment January 24, 2013

Michigan Becomes a “Right to Work” State

Michigan Becomes a “Right to Work” State On Tuesday, Michigan Governor Rick Snyder signed two bills heavily reducing the power of unions to collective bargaining for worker wages and benefits, and officially making Michigan a “right-to-work” state. The state House passed the bills early on Tuesday, and…>read more

No Comment December 12, 2012

American Airlines Threatens Legal Action Against its Pilot’s Union

American Airlines Threatens Legal Action Against its Pilot’s Union American Airlines has sent a litigious letter to its pilot’s union late Wednesday claiming that if the pilots didn’t cease their sick-out, and bring the union to smooth operation, they would seek legal action. The Airlines have this right. After…>read more

No Comment September 27, 2012

San Francisco City Lawyers Extend 2% Pay Cut

San Francisco City Lawyers Extend 2% Pay Cut Lawyers for the City of San Francisco have voted to continue a 2% pay cut for another year. The Municipal Attorney’s Association, the union representing the lawyers, approved the continued salary cut by a members vote of 167-73. MAA lawyers…>read more

No Comment June 15, 2009

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USA-VA-Richmond

Altria Group is a FORTUNE 200 company that owns the premier tobacco companies in the United States including Philip Morris USA, U.S. Smokeless Tobacco Company, John Middleton and Nu Mark. The companie...