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Hospitality/food service workers don’t know when they’ll be going back to...

By TIM ROWDEN Managing Editor As Congress fumbled the latest version of a COVID-19 economic relief package, hundreds of thousands of laid-off hospitality and food service...

OUR VIEW: The Postal Service MUST be saved

An open letter to our Congressional delegation To our Congressional representatives: We believe it is imperative to save the United States Postal Service and urge you...

YOUR LETTERS: Time to change Missouri’s voting process

Missouri has some of the most outdated election laws in the country — laws that are currently preventing us from meeting the challenge of...

Aug. 12 online Labor Law Breakfast will focus on grievance procedures

Veteran arbitrator Mark Suardi will discuss Improving the Grievance Procedure during the Aug. 12 online Labor Law Breakfast, presented by the University of Missouri...

Growing number of schools are going virtual as COVID-19 cases surge

By TIM ROWDEN Managing Editor With area COVID-19 infections on the rise, nearly 20 school districts across the region have announced plans for an all-virtual start...

Illinois Federation of Teachers, educators call for remote learning statewide this...

Safety of students, teachers, and staff must be top priority The Illinois Federation of Teachers (IFT), one of the state’s largest teachers unions, says students...

Working during the COVID-19 pandemic, on time and on budget

The COVID-19 pandemic has upended the employment picture, but many in our building trades are still working, getting the jobs done on time and...

Nurses bring empty shoes to Capitol honor the dead, lobby for...

Washington (PAI) – Bringing 160 pairs of empty nurses’ shoes to memorialize colleagues lost to the coronavirus pandemic, National Nurses United members descended on...

Survey: Missouri educators concerned for safety of students and co-workers as...

Jefferson City – The Missouri National Education Association has released results from a survey of 24,270 Missouri educators, in which educators expressed strong concerns about keeping...

Hospitality/food service workers don’t know when they’ll be going back to...

Last Friday, hundreds of thousands of laid-off hospitality and food service workers received their final check of $600/week in federal unemployment insurance. While some parts...
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