Longshoreman Labor

News concerning the maritime port and labor industry including employment, unions and more.

Commentary

Will the vote be remembered as a narrow, ultimately inconsequential act, or a turning point premised on a message to the union leadership that something needs to change?

News & Analysis

16 Aug 2017
Union representatives and officials from the chief labor commissioner have had several rounds of negotiations.
10 Aug 2017
Will the vote be remembered as a narrow, ultimately inconsequential act, or a turning point premised on a message to the union leadership that something needs to change?
07 Aug 2017
Christie-signed legislation still requires New York's concurrence.
05 Aug 2017
ILWU three-year contract extension is now official
31 Jul 2017
No date has been set for the start of bargaining on a coastwide ILA contract.
28 Jul 2017
The subject of a contract extension was first raised in March 2015 at the JOC’s annual TPM Conference.
27 Jul 2017
Portland will have a better idea of the types of container business it can attract back to the port by year-end.
21 Jul 2017
The indictment charged Moe was paid even during trips to Aruba and Florida and while engaging in other off-terminal activities.
06 Jul 2017
The superintendent organizing efforts come at a sensitive time for the ILWU and the Pacific Maritime Association.
29 Jun 2017
The unions have accepted a 10 percent cut in wages and early retirement for its older members.