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LA Labor

What EAA Is Doing For Me, Jacob Brothers

My name is Jacob Brothers. I reached out to EAA after I was passed over for rotations and promotions out of retaliation for having had to file a lawsuit (and winning) for sexual harassment. After several rounds of meetings with Management to resolve the issue and no solutions offered by Management, EAA took my case…

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The Anatomy of a Hostile Work Environment

At least once a week I receive a phone call from a member, who wants to report that he/she is the victim of a hostile work environment. The complaint is often along the lines of “My boss is always mean to me. He is always saying rude things to me and he often swears. He is…

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It’s Called #MeToo or ‘The Reckoning’ and It’s Not Going Away

Sexual harassment is being redefined and if you are not paying attention, or worse, ignoring the writing on the wall, you will be calling us soon to represent you to save you from the New Rules! It’s called #MeToo or “The Reckoning”, and the number of celebrity males being brought to account for sexual harassment,…

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Tips from the Labor Arbitration Institute: Social Media at Work

This employer gave the grievant a written reprimand for a violation of the Computer & Social Media Policy.  All of the labor arbitrators on the Seattle conference faculty would have upheld this discipline. Instead of reciting the facts and arguments, we reprint a number of points which they made or endorsed.  These points would apply…

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In Solidarity With Team EAA

In partnership with affiliate IBEW local 11 and LA Federation of Labor, EAA staff and stewards spent 10 days with: IBEW Local 11 IBEW Local 1245 KIWA AFSCME UNITE HERE Local 11 members to outreach and educate hundreds of EAA members regarding their rights as EAA member and the upcoming contract negotiations.

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LA City Union Endorses Antonio Sanchez For Assembly

Engineers & Architects Association supports Union Leader, Family Man Los Angeles (March 8) — The Engineers and Architects Association, the oldest union in Los Angeles founded in 1894, has endorsed Antonio Sanchez for State Assembly, 39th District. Sanchez hopes to represent the communities of Arleta, Lake View Terrace, Mission Hills, North Hollywood, Pacoima, Sun Valley,…

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EAA’s Labor Los Angeles to be Displayed at City Hall

JOIN US! City Council will honor the new 9 feet X 7 feet EAA MURAL celebrating our members on Friday, February 17, 2017 at 10 a.m. The EAA Mural is currently on display during Black History Month in the City Hall Bridge Gallery (Controller’s Wall). JOIN US! Let’s FILL Council chambers with a strong show…

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Working Californians presents Labor Day Music Festival

For school kids, Labor Day marks the bitter end of their summer vacations. For working men and women however, Labor Day is a day of appreciation for all the fruits of their labor that they have come to enjoy and a day of recognition for all the growing pains they had to go through to…

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Anthony Cox’s “Labor Los Angeles” Mural Dedication

On Wednesday, May the 4th of 2016, the Engineers & Architects Association unveiled the tentatively titled “Labor Los Angeles” at their headquarters in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles’s Financial District.  “We wanted to honor the new workers of the Information Age, so where Rivera (Diego Rivera) used the gears and machinery of manufacturing to…

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