Pa. labor leaders respond to workplace allegations at state AFL-CIO
Incoming president Frank Snyder has been accused by more than a dozen current and former employees of humiliating, bullying, and using degrading language against federation staffers, according to a published report.
Pa. House, Senate bills would mandate protections, sick leave for meatpacking, food processing workers
Like hundreds of thousands of Americans, Carmen Dominguez has seen the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic up close. A union steward at a JBS beef plant in Souderton, Montgomery County, Dominguez saw two of her colleagues die from the virus as it began its deadly sweep across the commonwealth last spring. On Wednesday, she traveled […]
Limited workplace protections, packaging woes could stress food supplies, lawmakers worry
More face masks and flexible food packaging are needed to keep Pennsylvania’s grocery stores in stock, legislative leaders warned Wednesday.
Who should determine how much booze costs in Pennsylvania: a formula or the liquor board?
A practice known as flexible pricing is still unpopular with liquor producers.