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Court documents filed in Boston say Wal-Mart Stores Inc. has agreed to pay $40 million to 87,500 Massachusetts employees who claimed the retailer denied them rest and meal breaks, manipulated time cards and refused to pay overtime.
~ D.C. Labor

December 02, 2021
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Weekly News Wrap-Up: 10/15/2021
Updated On: Oct 15, 2021

  In Hollywood and America, the strike is back
  • U.S. workers are in a militant mood
  • Nurses and other health care workers are in revolt
  • Is a new labor movement brewing?
  • Once hailed as heroes, health care workers face rash of violence
  • Mail delays, price hikes are coming at USPS. Here’s why.
  • 784 misclassified XPO drivers achieve nearly $30M in settlements
  • Hoffa: End misclassification of port drivers to fix supply chain issues
  • How the pandemic lockdown & retail walkouts mobilized IATSE members
  • SS benefits to rise 5.9% in 2022 - highest bump in 40 years
  • The do’s and don’ts of supporting a strike

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