The United Auto Workers, historically linked to factory workers throughout the industrial heartland, is seeing significant growth in membership at academic institutions nationwide, with no signs of slowing in 2018.
A class-action lawsuit alleging that Uber stiffed its drivers of fare money has received class certification, paving the way for the lawsuit to include thousands of drivers nationwide who did not sign an arbitration agreement with the San Francisco company.
Q: My manager has recently started eating nuts at her desk, which is located right next to mine. Unfortunately, I have a serious nut allergy, so any contact with them could produce a life-threatening reaction. Even foods which contain tiny pieces of nuts can be hazardous.
Q: I share a cubicle with an extremely irritating coworker. When I'm on the phone with customers, "Shelly" frequently interrupts my conversation with corrections. I finally had enough of this and stopped speaking to her. Shelly retaliated by putting a sign on her computer saying "She won't talk to me," with an arrow pointing at my desk.
Q: I'm part of a team on a major, highly visible project. We have clear roles but are all associated with the outcomes (for better or worse). Unfortunately, the person who has the role of creating the deliverable for executives and other internal audiences is not good at it but is very attached to his role. How do I help improve quality without causing offense?
Miami Beach lawyers Robert Grover, Norman Ciment, Marvin Weinstein and Sherwin Stauber have accomplished much in their 53 years on both sides of the bench, including winning the first — and only — secondhand smoke case against a tobacco company.
The Miami-Dade Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce on Thursday received a $10,000 grant from Wells Fargo to expand a program to foster development, growth, and sustainability of certified LGBT business enterprises.
The Greater Fort Lauderdale Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce on Friday received a $5,000 check from the National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce at the latter group’s annual convention held this year in Palm Springs, California.
Vibrant visions of Florida flora and fauna flood the walls of the Shops at Sunset Place, courtesy of students from South Miami Senior High Magnet School of the Arts and a talented University of Miami graduate student.
Hundreds of families visited the Parkland campus for a “reunification” day on Sunday. Teachers, staff and counselors were on hand as students picked up the textbooks and backpacks they left behind as they fled the Valentine’s Day shooting in which 17 died.
Daniel VarelaThe Miami Herald
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