After nearly two years of talks, the two sides remain far apart on salaries, health benefits and other key issues that led the union first to declare an impasse, and then last week to file a 10-day notice of its intent to strike, allowing the 194 teachers to walk off the job
as early as Monday.
Having used cheap quotes to tempt homeowners into signing contracts, he'd then engineer a dispute and walk off the job
, often leaving the site in a dangerous state.
Public-sector workers doing ground-handling and security checks were expected to walk off the job
ahead of wage talks with the government tomorrow.
They don't want to walk off the job
, they just want to be paid their due.
A union representing Lufthansa pilots says they have called off plans to walk off the job
at Germany's busiest airport.
TEHRAN (FNA)- A union representing Lufthansa's pilots said they will walk off the job
at Frankfurt airport for eight hours on Tuesday, preventing departures by Germany's biggest airline from its busiest airport.
Rio Mais, the consortium building the venues at Olympic Park, said in a statement that about 300 workers showed up for work on Wednesday, but were told by labor union leaders to walk off the job
According to company and union officials, certain workers are planning to down tools between 1330 hours and 1530 hours, while others plan to walk off the job
between 1730 hours and 1930 hours.
Summary: Athens: Greek workers will walk off the job
in a 24-hour general strike next week, .
Metro and tram workers will walk off the job
for a few hours on Wednesday and plan a 24-hour strike on Thursday.
Summary: Thousands of off-duty police officers are marching through London in a demonstration over pay and budget cuts, while tens of thousands of British public sector workers walk off the job
to protest the government's proposed changes to pension plans.
Some 3,000 superintendents, janitors, doormen, garbage handlers and other workers in more than 1,000 Bronx apartment buildings are threatening to walk off the job
at 12:01 a.
A spokesman for United Food and Commercial Workers Union Local 99, which represents employees at Fry's, a unit of Kroger, and Safeway supermarkets around the state, said 25,000 workers were scheduled to walk off the job
at 6 p.
Management and workers agreed to form a group to come up with ways to divide the 35-hour work week mandated by French law, the key issue that workers said forced them to walk off the job