Through it all, especially when facing an employer who refuses to put our safety and our patients' safety above their bottom line, we need a collective voice to advocate for our patients and ourselves.
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Nurses should freely exercise their First Amendment rights, but a large national labor union pushing for employee unrest at the peak of the most crushing global pandemic is just plain wrong.
UFCW Local 655 President David Cook has a request for Missourians who need to shop during the ongoing pandemic: wear a face covering.
First responders who contract coronavirus or are quarantined will be covered under Missouri's workers’ compensation.
Unemployment claims have skyrocketed in Missouri in the past couple of weeks as businesses continue to furlough and lay-off employees in the wake of COVID-19.
The Missouri AFL-CIO created a coronavirus task force because the state “is moving too slowly to protect workers” during the global pandemic.
A St. Louis-based union has asked Gov. Mike Parson to officially designate grocery, food processing, pharmacy, and other retail employees as “first responders.”
With concerns over the spread of COVID-19 ongoing, major automakers announced the halt of production at plants across the nation this week.
The Missouri Senate divided over an economic development bill and subsequent amendments attempting to end certain tax credits — but lawmakers weren’t just split along party lines.
Having partnered with the Campaign Workers Guild, staffers for the Missouri Democratic Party (MDP) have begun the process of unionizing, the bargaining team announced Wednesday. …