November 2012

A union sued National Grid Plc (NG/) in Brooklyn, New York, federal court, alleging the utility failed to pay overtime wages to workers putting in 60- to 80-hour work- weeks repairing damage from Hurricane Sandy.

Transport Workers Union of America …

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As if the executives of National Grid did not have enough problems restoring the power in the Rockaways and on Long Island, they now face a lawsuit filed by their employees over pay.

The company’s unionized workers contend that they …

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November 16, 2012 by MARK HARRINGTON / mark.harrington@newsday.com

AFJLAW: National Grid suit

National Grid employees, including thousands who worked hundreds of hours each restoring electric service following superstorm Sandy, have filed a class-action suit saying the company’s new payroll system has drastically shortchanged their …

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Published: November 13, 2012

Publication: The Chief

By Sarah Dorsey

Court of Appeals Judge Theodore Jones Jr., who imposed a $2.5-million fine on Transport Workers Union Local 100 after its 2005 strike and briefly jailed its then-president, Roger Toussaint, died …

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