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Labor News Round-Up

November 22, 2010


Geithner urges Congress not to strip Fed of commitment to full employment.

California: biggest job gain since 2006.

Postal Service, APWU fail to reach agreement.

Wisconsin state legislature seeks to approve state worker contracts before January.

900 NY state workers given layoff notices.

Delta baggage handlers vote no union.

UAW gets $2.9 billion for retiree health from GM IPO

Washington Hospital Center nurses call off pre-Thanksgiving strike.

Lockout looms for nurses in Maine.

Grocery strike averted in Everett, WA.

Newark police layoffs delayed.

“Biggest Loser” workers strike in Calabasas.

Carptenters union leader sentenced to 11 years for racketeering.

NJ Gov. Christie says teachers’ union pres. apologized for praying for his death.


Chilean miners, Collahuasi reach agreement, ending strike.

Workers shut down Guyana’s largest sugar company.

Mike Paarlberg

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