RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Work Relations

A collection of news and information related to Work Relations published by this site and its partners.

Top Work Relations Articles

Displaying items 34-44
  • WGA to picket E! headquarters in 'Fashion Police' dispute

    WGA to picket E! headquarters in 'Fashion Police' dispute
    The Writers Guild of America, West has escalated its fight with the producers of "Fashion Police," a show on the E! cable network. The guild plans to hold a picket and rally outside the Wilshire Boulevard headquarters of E! Entertainment Television on...
  • Why Saudi princesses keep slaves

    Why Saudi princesses keep slaves
    A Saudi princess living in Irvine was charged Wednesday with human trafficking after a Kenyan woman who worked in her home fled and contacted the police. Orange County prosecutors allege that Meshael Alayban forced the woman to work 16 hours a day,...
  • Senate clears way for Cordray confirmation as consumer bureau chief

    Senate clears way for Cordray confirmation as consumer bureau chief
    WASHINGTON -- The Senate on Tuesday cleared the way for Richard Cordray to be confirmed as director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau after Democrats and Republicans struck a tentative agreement to avoid a confrontation over the use of...
  • The Senate preserves the filibuster, averts partisan fallout

    The Senate preserves the filibuster, averts partisan fallout
    In a now-familiar routine in Washington, lawmakers walked right up to the brink of disaster Monday, only to pull back Tuesday. This time, though, the source of the drama was the Senate, where Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) threatened to end the...
  • Loose rules leave Six Flags to investigate itself for park death

    Loose rules leave Six Flags to investigate itself for park death
    After a jet recently crashed on a San Francisco runway, a pack of federal investigators swiftly arrived to figure out what went wrong. When a Cirque du Soleil performer fell to her death during a Las Vegas show, the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health...
  • Senate confirms Richard Cordray as consumer bureau chief

    Senate confirms Richard Cordray as consumer bureau chief
    WASHINGTON — The nation's consumer watchdog for credit cards, mortgages and other financial products is set to emerge from a legal cloud that threatened its authority after a Senate deal paved the way for confirmation of its director. After...
  • Former UC Davis cop in pepper-spraying case wants worker's comp

    Former UC Davis cop in pepper-spraying case wants worker's comp
      The former UC police officer who was internationally condemned for pepper-spraying demonstrators at UC Davis is seeking worker's compensation, claiming he suffered psychiatric injury as a result of the November 2011 incident. John Pike has a...
  • Port truck drivers at Carson firm seek union rep, go on strike

    Port truck drivers at Carson firm seek union rep, go on strike
    Thirty port truck drivers went on strike Monday night at a Carson-based trucking firm, alleging their employer is attempting to thwart their efforts to unionize, organizers said. Monday's strike will go for 24 hours and organizers have planned a Tuesday...
  • Peacock Productions hits back at WGA in dispute over election

    Peacock Productions hits back at WGA in dispute over election
    Peacock Productions, the NBCU-owned company embroiled in a labor dispute with the Writers Guild of America, fired back at the union on Tuesday. Writers from "Saturday Night Live" and many other shows on the NBC and USA networks this week wrote a...
  • An administrative law judge ruled that JPL unfairly disciplined scientists over emails sent at work

    A National Labor Relations Board judge has ordered NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in La Cañada Flintridge to rescind disciplinary actions against five scientists who shared emails at work about a Supreme Court decision on background security...
  • Caltech to appeal judge's order to rescind disciplinary actions

    NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory on Tuesday said it planned to appeal a National Labor Relations Board judge’s order to rescind disciplinary actions against five engineers and scientists who shared emails at work about a Supreme Court decision...