Nursing Home Workers Plan To Strike If An Agreement Is Not Made Over Wages, StaffingFive-thousand workers are planning to strike next week at 57 Chicago-area nursing homes over wages and staffing if there is not an agreement with the owners by May 4th.
Chicago Teachers Signal One-Day Strike On May 1 If CPS Ends School Year EarlyThe proposed walkout is related to continuing budget problems within the Chicago Public Schools system.
Rauner Simplifies Job-Application Program In Case Of StrikeGov. Bruce Rauner's administration has made it easier to find temporary workers in case a major public-employee union strikes.
Governor Rauner Says Negotiations Are Over After Union Threatens StrikeThe American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees Council 31, the state's largest employee union, voted to authorize a walkout on Thursday. Governor Bruce Rauner said they are at impasse and the union's actions are hurting taxpayers.
Hundreds Of O'Hare Workers To Join "Fight For $15" ProtestHundreds of non-union workers at O’Hare International Airport planned to go on strike Tuesday as part of a nationwide protest demanding a higher minimum wage.
Hundreds Of O'Hare Workers To Walk Off The Job Next WeekHundreds of non-union workers at O’Hare International Airport plan to walk off the job to demand better pay and working conditions, but their protest won’t disrupt Thanksgiving travelers.
O'Hare Workers Who Plan Strike Will Announce Date MondayO'Hare International Airport workers who voted to strike soon will announce when they plan to take action.
Hundreds Of O'Hare Airport Workers Vote To StrikeHundreds of O'Hare International Airport workers have voted to go on strike ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday.
Bargaining Continues Ahead Of Teacher StrikeThe Chicago Teachers Union and Chicago Public Schools met Wednesday for a regular meeting to discuss and negotiate the possible strike next week.
CPS Vote To Authorize Strike With Public BallotChicago Public Teachers continued to vote Thursday on whether to authorize a strike, but were not happy with the change to a public ballot.
CTU Asks Teachers If They Want To Authorize A StrikeThe Chicago Teachers Union will ask rank-and-file teachers, for a second time, if they want to authorize a strike.
After CTU Leaders Meet, Teachers Strike Vote Could FollowIf the vote goes as expected, this will be the second time teachers have been asked to authorize a strike.