• Labour

    This Week in Labour News (2/1/2019)

    As always, feel free to include OT links in the comments. While Everyone Was Focused on the Shutdown, the White House Rolled Back Worker Safety Rules “President Donald Trump may have run his 2016 campaign as a champion of the working class, but his administration seems to be chipping away at worker protections. During the president’s 35-day partial shutdown of the federal government, the White House quietly dissolved a 2016 regulation requiring certain employers to electronically submit reports of workplace injuries to the Department of Labor.”

  • Labour

    This Week in Labour News – 1/25/19

    The first in a weekly set of links regarding labor struggles around the globe. Feel free to post any OT links in the comments. 1. Biggest protests ‘in living memory’ hit Sudan “The umbrella group of doctors, engineers and teachers co-ordinating the protests says they have been held in at least 50 places around Sudan. They began last month over the economy, but are now focused on removing President Omar al-Bashir from office.”