UNIONS ATTACK F/S 'GUESTWORKERS'
- Calif. Labor Unions May Seek Final Offer in August. ZWIEBACH, ELLIOT // SN: Supermarket News;7/18/2011, Vol. 59 Issue 29, p8
The article reports that the seven Southern California locals of the United Food and Commercial Workers Union may seek a final offer in mid-August 2011 to take back to their members.
- Govt. contractors face blacklists. // FoodService Director;11/15/97, Vol. 10 Issue 11, p28
Reports that the Clinton administration plans to blacklist foodservice contractors charged with labor law violations from Federal contracts. Important Federal workplace rules; Implications for the violators of Federal workplace rules; Requirements for the other version of the plan under study...
- 'FAMILY FRIENDLY' WORK RULES: 'Comp time' seen as workplace solution. // FoodService Director;7/15/2002, Vol. 15 Issue 7, p18
Reports that human relations experts in the U.S. have called on the U.S. Congress to enact key labor law reforms that would offer food service industry workers a choice between overtime pay or compensatory time off for extra hours worked. Effect of compensatory time flexibility on employee...
- California supermarket settlements. // Monthly Labor Review;Jun92, Vol. 115 Issue 6, p59
Reports that negotiators for 11 locals of the United Food and Commercial Workers and the Food Employers Council, Inc. averted a work stoppage with an agreement on a 3-year labor contract covering approximately 40,000 grocery clerks at more than 550 supermarkets in northern California. ...
- Work stoppage ends at Kroger. // Monthly Labor Review;Sep92, Vol. 115 Issue 9, p45
Reports that members of the Local 876 of the United Food and Commercial Workers ratified a tentative five-year collective bargaining agreement, ending a nine-week walkout idling approximately 7,800 workers at 64 Kroger grocery stores in the Detroit, Michigan area. What the pact called for;...
- Department store settlement. Cimini, Michael H.; Behrmann, Susan L. // Monthly Labor Review;Sep93, Vol. 116 Issue 9, p47
Announces signing of a collective bargaining agreement between Woodward & Lothrop Department Stores and Local 400 of the United Food and Commercial Workers in the Washington, D.C. and Baltimore, Md. areas. Wage increases; Health care coverage; Benefits changes.
- Court `confident' NLRB will carefully consider union forgery allegations. // South Carolina Business Journal;June97, Vol. 16 Issue 5, p14
Focuses on the consideration of the alleged forgery of union cards by the United Food and Commercial Workers Union (UFCW) during an effort to organize a Perdue Farms plant in North Carolina in 1995. Reason for the National Labor Relations Board's decision to ignore the allegations; Possible...
- Wage cuts pave way for buyout. Cimini, Michael H.; Behrmann, Susan L. // Monthly Labor Review;May93, Vol. 116 Issue 5, p64
Reports that members of two locals of the United Food and Commercial Workers ratified agreements for wage cuts necessary to ensure a buyout by the Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co. (A&P) of Grand Union Co.'s 48 Big Star stores in the Atlanta, Georgia area. The unions' main objective; Wage reductions.
- Aramark employees vote for union. // Nation's Restaurant News;05/05/97, Vol. 31 Issue 18, p150
Reports that employees of Aramark Corp., contract foodservice workers at Charleston, South Carolina-based The Citadel, voted 67-18 for union representation.