"Permanently replacing striking workers is an existential attack on the union and its members' jobs and livelihoods," said Biden.
The declined five-year offer included cost-of-living adjustments in the latter years of the deal and kept the current healthcare benefits.
The university told the students that those who return after December 10 "will be appointed/assigned to suitable positions if available."
"As always in our Union, the members will have the final say on the contract," the BCTGM union's president said of the upcoming vote on the deal.
HMSHost concession workers at the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport are going on an indefinite strike to protest stalled contract negotiations.
The employees will receive an immediate pay increase of 10 percent after agreeing to a new six-year deal.
Deere and Co. said it was down to its last offer. The deal had an immediate 10 percent raise and was eventually agreed to by both sides.
"This has been a democratic process to win the very best contracts," said the IATSE international president after the vote.
Companies and Congress should understand what workers are demanding through these strikes: an end to the shortage of good jobs. And they should work hard to comply.
The kidnapped group included six women, six men and five children according to Christian Aid Ministries.
The Gig Workers Collective is working on bringing back incentives Instacart has dropped, like the commission pay model and a 10 percent default tip.
About 1,400 workers at Kellogg's cereal plants walked off the job earlier this month, following negotiations over pay and benefits.
The union said it would strike if a deal wasn't reached Wednesday, and workers formed a picket line outside the plant about 15 minutes after the deadline.
The latest industrial action taken by thousands of John Deere workers marks the first major strike against the company in 35 years.
"If we take a stand here for ourselves...it's going to make a difference for the whole manufacturing industry. Let's do it," a John Deere employee said.
"Without an end date, we could keep talking forever," said President of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees Matthew Loeb.
The potential work stoppage comes a week before a vaccine mandate will take effect for Oregon's healthcare workers, which could drive out even more staff.
The president of a local union in Nebraska, said that a range of pay and benefit issues for workers were among the issues brought to the negotiation table.
The International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees plans to strike against film and television production companies over working conditions.
The International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE) is preparing for a strike vote to improve workers' working conditions.
Anonymous people told of crew members having heart attacks, getting UTIs from a lack of toilet breaks and having to work outside during storms.
The construction projects that may be impacted include two Microsoft campuses and an affordable housing tower.
Union workers at Nabisco are on strike and people online are sharing images of its products on store shelves—claiming consumers are boycotting the company.
Actor Danny DeVito briefly lost his verified badge after tweeting support for striking U.S. Nabisco workers.
With job postings at their highest levels since 2000, the workers entered the negotiations from a strong position.
"I'm hoping for change. I'm hoping for more time with our children...It's not fair. We are human beings too," Frito-Lay worker Esther Fanning said.
91% of union workers from a Virginia truck plant voted no on salary language in a new contract proposal, and 3,000 employees will be resuming strike. The plant is Volvo's largest tractor-trailer truck manufacturer in the world.
The strike, which closed schools and businesses in the region, was a rare Palestinian presentation of a unified front against the conflict and Israeli policies, the Associated Press said.
"We set up small tables in our courtyards. We were lucky the internet reached into the courtyard. Some of us taught class off our phones. Parents brought us hot coffee and set up a little backyard fire pit for us on the sidewalk," Kirstin Roberts, a pre-K teacher, told Newsweek.