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Unions Sue 3 Nevada Casinos, Claiming Dangerous Working Conditions

Unions representing 60,000 hospitality workers in Las Vegas and Reno, Nevada, are suing three casino properties based on allegations of dangerous working conditions. The Culinary Workers Local 226 and Bartenders Union Local 165 filed the lawsuit on Monday against Harrah’s …

Ryanair Must Face U.S. Shareholder Lawsuit Over Unionization Comments

NEW YORK — Ryanair Holdings Plc and Chief Executive Michael O’Leary failed to persuade a U.S. judge to dismiss a securities fraud lawsuit accusing Europe’s largest budget airline of defrauding them by downplaying its willingness to recognize labor unions. While …

U.S. Issues First Coronavirus Workplace Guidance to Nursing Homes

The U.S. Department of Labor issued its first workplace guidance to nursing homes on Thursday since the COVID-19 pandemic swept the country and ravaged care facilities, saying residents, staff and visitors should keep 6 feet (1.83 meters) apart. The alert …

Individual Ashtrays, Hourly Disinfection: French Carmakers Eye Production Restart

PARIS — Peugeot-owner PSA and Renault are planning new safety measures in a push by France’s major industrial groups for a breakthrough with workers to reopen some factories before the government lifts its lockdown from mid-May, unions said. Japanese carmaker …

An Uproar Among Workers Who Supply the World’s Meat Is Spreading

A growing number of workers who are crucial to supplying the world with meat are demanding that their companies do more to keep them safe from the coronavirus. Labor unions are starting to speak out as their members fall ill. …

Fire-Damaged Philadelphia Oil Refinery Heads for Auction

NEW YORK — The fate of the largest East Coast oil refinery is set to be decided on Friday in an auction that could determine whether the Philadelphia plant is restarted or used for a different purpose for the first …