Nearly 50 demonstrators, including Democratic City-County Council members Zach Adamson and Duke Oliver, were issued written summons Thursday for violating a city ordinance and not complying with police.
Microsoft said Thursday that it will begin requiring its contractors to offer their U.S. employees paid leave to care for a new child.
Missouri voters delivered a resounding victory to unions Tuesday, rejecting a right-to-work law that had been passed by Republican state officials but placed on hold after organized labor petitioned for a referendum.
A divided U.S. Supreme Court said government employees have a constitutional right not to pay union fees.
The Indiana data is less bleak than the national average, which found a full-time worker would have to earn $22.10 on average to afford a two-bedroom rental.
A divided U.S. Supreme Court on Monday ruled that employers can force workers to use individual arbitration instead of class-action lawsuits to press legal claims.
Members of the U.S. Supreme Court clashed sharply Monday over the right of public-sector workers to refuse to pay union fees, while the justice who will cast the deciding vote kept silent during an hour-long argument.
The state’s rate has risen from 3 percent in June, when it narrowly missed a state-record low of 2.9 percent.
The union said Brett Voorhies was re-elected during its three-day convention that wrapped up Wednesday in Indianapolis.
After the justices deadlocked 4-4 in a similar case last year, the high court will consider a free-speech challenge from workers who object to paying money to unions they don't support.
The United States won't settle for cosmetic changes to the North American Free Trade Agreement, the top U.S. trade negotiator said, as negotiations to rework terms of the pact began.
Packers, equipment operators, quality assurance technicians—and a host of other positions held by 243 people—will be eliminated by Sept. 30, according to a notice sent to the state.
Indianapolis Public Schools and union leaders disagree about how it happened, but the impact is clear. The school principal will be able to fire teachers more easily—and pay them thousands of dollars more than teachers at other IPS schools.
Chuck Jones grabbed headlines in December after he publicly accused then-President-elect Donald Trump of lying about how many jobs he was saving in a deal with furnace and air conditioner maker Carrier Corp.
A First Amendment clash over public sector unions left the justices deadlocked last year after the death of Justice Antonin Scalia. But union opponents have quickly steered a new case through federal courts.
A federal lawsuit filed by principal bassoonist John Wetherill accuses Music Director Krzysztof Urbanski and Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra managers of trying to push out musicians older than 40 to replace them with younger and lower-paid performers.
The union president slammed by Donald Trump on Twitter challenged the president-elect to back up his claim that a deal with Carrier Corp. would save 1,100 jobs in Indianapolis.
The rule—which raised the pay threshold for salaried workers to be exempt from overtime pay—would have affected about 87,000 Indiana workers if fully implemented as planned on Dec. 1. It’s now in limbo due to a court decision.