Union Pacific Corporation operates through its principal operating company Union
Pacific Railroad Company.
7 January 2014 -- Virginia US-based bank holding company Union
First Market Bankshares Corp said that it has made an investment in privately held payments firm The Payments Co.
In the Cuahtemoc Brewery, reasonable wages, good working conditions, hiring policies in which preference was given to family members of current workers, and benefits such as scholarships and pensions led to strong worker--loyalty and support for the company union
Spain's third biggest electricity company Union
Fenosa could well choose the Italian oil group ENI to take over 50% of its gas subsidiary Union Fenosa Gas, hinted its Chairman Antonio Basagoiti at an energy conference in Madrid.
But so close is the relationship between Butcher and City Hall that EAA leadership has labeled Local 347 ``a company union
Spain's third-largest electricity company Union
Fenosa has informed the country's stock market authorities that it has successfully bid for the Colombian operator Empresa de Energia del Pacifico (Epsa), securing 64.
Exit had declined substantially, and voice - in the form of the company union
- had taken its place.
Writers who remained active in the SWG and refused to join the company union
saw their names on a "gray list" and found it more difficult to get work.
Strikes in 1906 and 1911 led to small wage increases, but management refused to negotiate with labor unions, used strikebreakers, and formed a "yellow" company union
The California Agricultural Labor Relations Board has ruled that the union representing strawberry pickers in Oxnard and Watsonville cannot legally challenge a vote to form a company union
The Dominican authorities have reportedly agreed to an initial US$15 million payment (in addition to future payments) to Spanish electricity company Union
Fenosa to repurchase electricity distribution companies Edesur and Edenorte, a transaction which would further pressure external liquidity and public finances, and perhaps put at risk future IMF and related multilateral disbursements that are dependent upon IMF support.
Hirsch's depiction of the Pullman Car Employes Association of the Repair Shops (PCEARS), a successful company union
established in 1934, is particularly illuminating.