workers rights Raising Safety Concerns, Nashville Bus Drivers And Maintenance Staff Plan Rush-Hour Protest By Tony Gonzalez • Jan 11, 2018 Tony Gonzalez / WPLN Nashville’s city bus drivers and fleet mechanics are raising concerns about maintenance problems and workplace safety, and they are likely to stage a protest one day next week at the peak of rush hour. Will Construction Workers Benefit From A New Company Moving To Nashville? Officials Want To Know By Tony Gonzalez • Nov 22, 2017 Tony Gonzalez / WPLN Listen Listening... / 1:08 Hear the radio version of this story. “Creating jobs” sounds great when companies make splashy announcements, but the Metro Council may soon require more specifics before they hand out economic incentive grants or tax breaks. Criticism Tails The Tennessee Company That Fired Immigrants Participating In Boycott By Tony Gonzalez • Mar 1, 2017 Tony Gonzalez / WPLN Listen Listening... / 1:26 Hear the radio version of this story. A painting company in Nolensville is still fielding criticism after firing 18 Latino employees who skipped work last month as part of a nationwide boycott — the Day Without Immigrants.