St. Paul Nursing Home Workers To Strike Monday, Demanding Better Pay And BenefitsThe healthcare workers have bargained with their employer seven times over the last six months, and still remain divided on issues.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Union Calls For PPE And Hazard Pay After Janitor Dies Of COVID-19After a COVID-19-related death, a Minnesota union representing janitors and many other workers throughout the state is calling for additional personal protective equipment and hazard pay.
'Tough Decision': Plow Drivers In St. Louis County To Walk Off The Job WednesdaySnow plow drivers in St. Louis County are preparing to walk off the job Wednesday ahead of a storm system that threatens to dump significant snow on Minnesota in the coming days.
Unions Sue USDA Seeking To Halt New Pork Processing RulesThe union representing workers at pork processing plants has sued the federal government to challenge new rules finalized in September that allow companies to set line speeds and turn more food safety tasks over to company employees.
Delta To Nonunion Workers: You Can Pay For Video Games, Baseball Games Instead Of Union DuesA war of words continues between Delta Air Lines and labor unions trying to get certain airline workers to unionize.
Federal Court Declines To Overturn Union For Home-Care WorkersA federal appeals court panel declined Thursday to overturn a new union for thousands of Minnesota personal care attendants who assist the disabled and elderly in home-based settings.
Union Members Rally With 4th Precinct ProtestersUnion members are planning to rally in Minneapolis Saturday in support of activists protesting the shooting death of a black man by a city police officer. Labor groups plan to show solidarity with protesters who have been camped out all week since 24-year-old Jamar Clark was fatally shot in north Minneapolis last Sunday.
Minnesota Teamsters Gather To Discuss Pension CrisisMinnesota Teamsters, concerned about big cuts to their pensions, gathered Saturday to talk about their financial future.
Union Leader: School Board Member Should Resign After Anti-Muslim CommentsThe head of Columbia Heights' teachers union has called on an embattled school board member to denounce anti-Muslim comments attributed to him on social media or resign. Grant Nichols had admitted to Columbia Heights' school board chairman that he is responsible for comments posted to his Facebook page in early September about Muslims.
Sun Country Pilots Hold 'Informational' PicketPilots from other major airlines showed their support as pilots from Sun Country held informational picketing at Terminal 2 of Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.
Senator: Union's Reversal Makes Sunday Growler Sales LikelyMinnesota residents may soon be able to take home their favorite craft brews in 64-ounce growlers on Sundays due to a labor union's reversal on the issue, a top legislative backer of repealing the state's Sunday liquor sales bans said Monday.