More than a thousand union workers will rally at the State Capitol Tuesday for what appears to be a victory celebration.
Minnesota labor unions are bracing for what could be a national fight over what’s called “right to work.”
American Crystal Sugar Co. has rejected a proposal to end the cooperative’s lengthy lockout of its union employees.
A group of graduate assistants at the University of Minnesota are beginning a union drive.
A Ramsey County judge on Monday blocked a unionization vote by Minnesota child care workers that was to get under way this week, saying the issue must go through the state Legislature.
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton says he plans to meet with the state attorney general to consider the next steps on a union push for in-home child care providers.
Union representatives of locked-out employees at American Crystal Sugar Co. are criticizing the company president and CEO for what they call anti-worker sentiments.
The board that supervises Wisconsin physicians reprimanded seven doctors Wednesday who were accused of writing sick notes for protesters to cover their time at last spring’s massive demonstrations against Gov. Scott Walker’s collective bargaining law.
Minnesota has some of the highest child care costs in the country for center-based day cares.
Locked-out union workers at American Crystal Sugar Co. have rejected the latest contract offer from the company.
Union representatives for locked-out workers at American Crystal Sugar Co. say they will have members vote by Nov. 1 on the latest contract proposal.
Negotiations between American Crystal Sugar Co. and its union workers are scheduled to resume later this month.
The union representing 1,300 locked out American Crystal Sugar Co. workers plans to bring new proposals to the company in an attempt to end the lockout that has lasted for more than 70 days.
It is highly controversial topic that has providers and politicians split. Should home day care workers be allowed to form a union?
A drive to unionize home-based child care providers has blown up into a sticky issue in Minnesota.