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NORTHWEST OREGON LABOR COUNCIL ENDORSEMENTS

In the attachments;

Around the State from the Oregon Employment Department

Tentative Agenda for the NOLC Executive Board meeting

Tentative Agenda for the NOLC Delegates meeting

In the attachments;

Around the State from the Oregon Employment Department

Tentative Agenda for the NOLC Executive Board meeting

Save the Date

 

From the Oregon AFL-CIO

In the attachments;

Around the State from the Oregon Employment Department

Tentative Agenda for the NOLC Executive Board meeting

Tentative Agenda for the NOLC Delegates meeting

 

From the Oregon AFL-CIO

Next week, four of our 2019 legislative priorities are moving forward:

In the attachments;

Around the State from the Oregon Employment Department

2019 Clark County First Citizen Reception for Ed Barnes

 From the AFL-CIO The Labor Wire / March 15, 2019

 Message of the Day—A Just, Inclusive and Sustainable Economy

In the attachments;

Around the State from the Oregon Employment Department

Teamsters Blood Drive

Tentative Agenda for the NOLC Executive Board meeting

Tentative Agenda for the NOLC Delegates meeting

 

In the attachments;

Around the State from the Oregon Employment Department

Tentative Agenda for the NOLC Executive Board meeting

Tentative Agenda for the NOLC Delegates meeting

 

From the AFL-CIO on the government shutdown

 This is what we know about the deal:

In the attachments;

Around the State from the Oregon Employment Department

Tentative Agenda for the NOLC Executive Board meeting

California has become the fourth and largest state to adopt emergency workplace protections for COVID-19. Nearly 20 million workers in California will be protected by the new mandate, which includes requirements for face masks, physical distancing and reporting of outbreaks in the workplace. Rebecca Reindel, director of occupational safety and health at the AFL-CIO, said the federal government should follow the lead of states like California. “The virus doesn’t know boundaries,” she said.