A majority of Honnold Mudd Library staff have voted in favor of unionization, according to a March 23 statement from the California Federation of Teachers, which is representing the 7C library workers.
Staff at the 7Cs’ Honnold Mudd Library are deciding by secret ballot whether to form a union after at least 30 percent of approximately 40 eligible employees expressed interest. The California Federation of Teachers filed a petition with the National Labor Relations Board filed a petition to represent the staff, according to a Feb. 9 statement from The Claremont Colleges Services (TCCS).
Augie’s Coffee is laying off its entire staff and closing all retail operations. Employees said the move was a response to their unionization.
TSL talks with a chef about working through the pandemic and how dining workers’ relationships with the college have changed in recent years.
Former CMC Student, Disney Star Joins White House Comms Office Former Claremont McKenna College student and actress on Disney Channel’s “Shake It Up” Caroline Sunshine has joined the White House as a press assistant in the communications office, the White House announced Wednesday. The 22-year-old is a former White House
After several months of negotiation, the Pomona College administration and Pomona dining hall staff reached a collective bargaining agreement Dec. 17, following the dining hall staff’s successful vote for unionization April 30. The three-year contract, which was ratified by a large majority of dining hall workers, is the first comprehensive
Pomona College Dining Services staff voted in favor of unionizing with UNITE-HERE Local 11 by a clear majority of 57-26 Tuesday after over three years of negotiations with the college and recent allegations of intimidation by both sides. Workers for Justice (WFJ) leader and Frary Dining Hall cook Rolando Araiza
The pro-union group of Pomona College dining hall workers, Workers For Justice (WFJ), filed unfair labor practice charges with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) over the summer, claiming the school is implementing an anti-union campaign. These charges come at a time when negotiations between Pomona and WFJ are stalled