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  • What privacy rights do I have in the workplace?

    What privacy rights do I have in the workplace?
    Employers are frequently using monitoring software to make their employees more productive at work, according to an article in the Los Angeles Times, part of a series about the "Tougher Workplace." Although the Constitution speaks of a "reasonable"...
  • PASSINGS: Shelagh Delaney, Gregory Papalexis

    Shelagh Delaney Playwright wrote 'A Taste of Honey' Playwright Shelagh Delaney, 71, best known for her 1958 play "A Taste of Honey," died of cancer Sunday at her daughter's home in England, said her agent, Jane Villiers. Born Nov. 25, 1939, in England,...
  • Senate panel OKs social media protections for students, workers

     
    A state Senate committee Thursday approved a bill that would bar public and private colleges from asking students for access to their personal social media accounts....
  • NBA, players' union head to mediation next week

     
    Billy Hunter, head of the National Basketball Players Assn., told a New York radio station that a mediator has been summoned to the next meeting between NBA owners and locked-out players. The mediator is George Cohen, director of the Federal......
  • NBA lockout: Union decertification could mean no 2011-12 season

     
    Negotiations between NBA players and owners this weekend will have greater importance because of the threat of decertification lingering in the background....
  • NBA players reject owners' latest contract offer

     
    During a meeting Monday in New York with representatives from all 30 teams and star players such as Kobe Bryant, Carmelo Anthony and Chris Paul, the National Basketball Players Assn. rejected NBA owners' latest contract proposal....
  • NBA lockout: Five things to note about players' antitrust lawsuit

     
    NBA lockout: Five things to note about players' antitrust lawsuit...
  • Angels hire 31-year-old Matt Klentak as assistant GM

     
    New Angels General Manager Jerry Dipoto hired a second assistant GM on Wednesday, adding former Baltimore Orioles director of baseball operations Matt Klentak to a front-office team that includes assistant GM Scott Servais, who was hired from the Texas...
  • Railroads, unions avoid a possibly crippling national strike

     
    Negotiators for 30 of the nation's railroads and labor representatives have backed away from the brink of a strike that might have crippled the nation's fragile economic recovery. Two more tentative agreements were reached, and the only remaining union...
  • Long-running labor dispute heats up at ports of L.A., Long Beach

     
    Picket lines went up outside a total of four of the 14 cargo terminals at the nation's busiest seaport this afternoon after long-running contract negotiations between union and management representatives took a turn for the worse....
  • Does Boeing settlement mean NLRB's actions were for naught?

     
    The settlement between Boeing and the machinists' union means companies will be more circumspect about relocating jobs....