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NLRB Official: Mercedes Breaks Labor Law Vs. UAW At Alabama Plant

TUSCALOOSA, Ala.–Daimler-Benz broke U.S. labor law in contesting the United Auto Workers’ organizing efforts at the firm’s Mercedes-Benz vehicle plant in Tuscaloosa, Ala., National Labor Relations Board Administrative Law Judge Keltner Locke has ruled.

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Labor Dept. To Collect Summary Equal Pay Data From Federal Contractors, Subcontractors

WASHINGTON–The Labor Department plans to collect summary pay data from thousands of federal contractors and subcontractors, requiring them to – in broad categories, not individual salaries – show whether they’re paying equal pay for equal work.

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Top NLRB Official: McDonald’s, Its Franchises Are Jointly Responsible For Labor Law-Breaking

WASHINGTON–In a decision that could help millions of low-paid fast food workers win better wages and the right to organize, National Labor Relations Board General Counsel Richard Griffin – its top enforcement official – ruled McDonald’s and its thousands of franchised restaurants nationwide are jointly responsible for labor conditions at the eateries.

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