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January 18, 2006

Research suggests e-mail is the most popular form of dialogue at work.  ...full story

January 12, 2006

International survey finds that employees often get revenge on bad bosses by ridiculing them to their peers.  ...full story

January 12, 2006

Increased workload and the desire for better compensation and career advancement opportunities were cited as the leading factors motivating job changes.  ...full story

October 13, 2005

via Newsday

A bank that served as trustee for a now-defunct United Airlines employee stock-ownership plan cannot be held responsible for its steep losses, a federal judge ruled.
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October 12, 2005

via Detroit Free Press

For the first time since talks broke off a month ago, Northwest Airlines Inc. and its striking mechanics union will meet this week.

 ...full story

October 7, 2005

via The Oregonian

A former human resources manager has filed a whistle-blower suit against the Port of Portland, alleging that she was laid off last year because she raised concerns over politically connected employees receiving unwarranted raises.

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October 3, 2005

via Pittsburgh Live.com

If it seems like employees lie a lot when calling in sick, they probably do.  ...full story

September 29, 2005

via Bloomberg

Boeing Co. machinists, whose walkout idled commercial-jet production for almost a month, will likely return to work tomorrow after ratifying a contract that boosts their pensions, said lead union negotiator Mark Blondin.  ...full story

September 28, 2005

via Miami Hearld

Garment worker wage claims in California have quadrupled since the 1999 passage of a landmark anti-sweatshop law, but rampant violations continue and many workers recover only a fraction of the money they seek, according to a report released Wednesday.  ...full story

September 23, 2005

via Sun Times

A mere eight days after filing for bankruptcy protection, Delta Air Lines signaled Thursday it wants to move quickly to reduce costs as it announced it will eliminate as many as 9,000 more jobs, slash pay for executives and other employees and cut domestic capacity while adding more international flying.  ...full story

September 23, 2005

via NJ.com

A single woman making minimum wage in the Lehigh Valley would have to work 70 hours to pay fair-market value for a one-bedroom apartment.  ...full story

September 13, 2005

via The Globe and Mail

DaimlerChrysler Canada Inc. is demanding that its two assembly plants become the most efficient in their classes in North America, which would force the auto maker to slash a significant number of jobs in Windsor and Brampton, Ont., union sources say.

 ...full story

September 12, 2005

via Buffalo News

Frank Giumpa II and his friend Michael Wasik had been selling memberships at a Bally's fitness center for more than two years when their supervisor's husband suggested a change.  ...full story

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