Construction workers at Tesla’s massive battery factory east of Reno returned to their jobs Tuesday after a one-day walkout to protest the hiring of out-of-state workers by a contractor.
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About 20 Transport Workers Union members protested Thursday near the Allegiant Travel Co. office in Western Las Vegas morning, saying Allegiant made record profits but falls short of industry standards when it comes to pay, work rules and benefits.
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals on Monday reversed a lower court ruling that had prevented Allegiant Air from changing its pilot work rules.
The union representing pilots for Las Vegas-based Allegiant Air have filed an appeal with the U.S. Court of Appeals 9th Circuit over a ruling that prevents the pilots from striking.
Valet employees at the SLS Las Vegas said a majority of the parking staff don’t want to be represented by the Teamsters Union and are seeking advice on how to end demonstrations at the north Strip resort.
The Teamsters Union set up picket lines at the SLS Las Vegas on Wednesday, complaining the hotel-casino is not allowing its valet parking attendants to form a union.
The National Mediation Board is sorting out a tie vote in a union representation election involving Allegiant Air’s small dispatchers work group.
Allegiant Air, its pilots and passengers holding tickets on the airline’s upcoming flights will have to wait at least another day before they’ll know whether pilots will be allowed to walk off the job in a dispute over company work rules.
Assembly Bill 280, sponsored by Assemblyman Ervin Nelson, R-Las Vegas, is the most sweeping measure aimed at making changes to the state collective bargaining law in the 2015 session.
After a judge stepped in to block a strike by APA Teamsters Local 1224 that could have grounded 250 Allegiant flights on Thursday, she also set an April 10 court hearing to determine whether an injunction would be issued.