The U.S. is closer than it has been in decades to experiencing a general strike.
The workers are protesting low wages, long hours and inadequate benefits as the company reports record profits.
This favorable labor market is an opportunity for workers and unions to undo concessions or to win long-sought demands.
The climate movement’s most powerful ally against rampant growth in air travel is the industry’s vast labor force.
Workers at Chicago’s Art Institute are unionizing for better pay, more transparency and a voice in management matters.
Some contractual wins include raises each year of the contract, higher 401(k) matches and a $5,000 ratification bonus.
India Walton has strong grassroots support, but Byron Brown has consolidated the support of some powerful unions.
The Teamsters hope the union drive will build momentum at warehouses across the country — and the continent.
We need an understanding of solidarity that recognizes how social oppression affects us all in and out of the workplace.
The Nabisco strikes are part of an upward trend in labor confidence and a national upsurge in strike activity.