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NLRB Report - Petitions Filed- Cases Closed 03/27/20






Case Number:  14-RD-258026   

Location:  Omaha, NE   

Date Filed:  03/16/2020  

Region Assigned:  Region 14, Saint Louis, Missour

Status:  Closed on 03/27/2020   

Reason Closed:  Withdrawal Non-adjusted   

No. of Employees:  18   

Unit Sought:  Operations Technicians & Maintenance Technicians EXCLUDING: News Gathering & Reporting Staff                          


Labor Union News

The U.S. Department of Labor has rejected pressure to issue worker  protections that nurses are demanding. The hospital industry wants it  that way.

NLRB General Counsel Issues Memorandum Summarizing Bargaining Obligations During Emergency Situations (US)

Why American Workers Have Been Left Out of Our Life-and-Death Decision-Making

Robots Replace Human Workers in Eastern Europe 

Benjamin Sachs and Sharon Block: When Did Labor Law Stop Working?

Plumbers, pawnbrokers and pot: meet America’s ‘essential’ workers

National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)

GC Memo Summarizes NLRB Decisions About Duty To Bargain in Emergency Situations

NLRB Corrects Defect in Withdrawal of Union Recognition Doctrine 

International Brotherhood of Teamsters(IBT)

Teamsters Reach Agreement With US Foods, Safeway-Albertsons In Response To COVID-19

Truckers benefiting from extra work

United Auto Workers (UAW)

UCLA graduate students consider striking without union suppor

United Steelworkers (USWA)

Japan to ban U.S., China, Europe travellers as coronavirus spread stokes Tokyo lockdown fear

United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW)

Union seeks ‘first responder’ status for food workers in Indiana and Kentucky

Public Transit Cuts Hurt 'Essential' Workers Who Need It Most

'Continuous play on the mind': Grocery workers put to the test as COVID-19 strains emotions

UN warns that COVID-19 pandemic could trigger global food shortage


International Association of Machinist (IAM)

Local aerospace union president urges companies to make personal protective equipment

International Longshoremen Asso. (ILA)

US Maritime Unions Step Up to the Plate to Fight Coronavirus

The toilet paper crisis Hawaii has never forgotten

Service Employees International  (SEIU)

CT Interstate Service Plaza Workers Demand Coronavirus Support

‘They were unprepared’: Many Sacramento County workers in offices amid 


Hospitality industry copes with unprecedented times, massive layoffs


Harvard to guarantee workers’ pay, benefits amid coronavirus disruptions

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