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The Seattle City Council introduced legislation to approve a long-awaited agreement, but not everyone seems satisfied.
The Westin Seattle employees will picket to demand higher wages from Marriott International.
Some educators say they’re ready to stall negotiations to demand competitive wages.
As the cost of living booms, case managers in contract negotiations cite low wages for high turnover rates.
Meet the three local woman who are bringing the issue to the forefront.
Seven fast food chains have agreed to end no-poaching policies that economists say cause wage stagnation.
The case decision eliminates “fair share” fees, but local unions say they’re prepared.
Photographs and stories from a peaceful edition of the annual March for Immigrant and Workers Rights.
As the Portland grocer expands to Seattle, labor organizers raise concerns about its treatment of workers.
New statistics show a decrease in unemployment and higher average pay, but the growth may start to slow.
Over a year after voter approval, the law’s framework remains unset and open for public suggestion.
Over 100 employees would lose their jobs if the Rainier Valley facility shuts down.
As the yellow bus service resumes, the district continues plans to attract more contractors.
It has been more than a year since the law was approved by voters.
According to hotel housekeepers on the Westin’s night shift, not much.
In December, three hotel associations sued over I-124. A ruling released Friday keeps it intact.
Otherwise, threatens UW President Ana Mari Cauce, she’ll cut the school’s contract with Nike.
With ally Ed Murray on his way out, local labor is losing its patience for leftist upstarts.
A provision of I-124 requires hotels to keep lists of guests accused of sexually harassing or assaulting staff. Is it ‘McCarthy-esque,’ or just good practice?
Councilmembers Sawant and O’Brien have voiced their support for the labor action.