These right wing honchos subvert the purposes of the Department of Labor.
Unpaid for coal they produced, they’re blockading company trains.
Port worker unions in France and Italy recently protested and struck, keeping Saudi ships from being loaded with weapons bound for attacks on Yemen.
App-based gig workers organizing against wage theft and unreasonable firings are attracting public support.
The Chinese government targets union drive at Jasic factory.
The resistance movement needs all the international support that workers, feminists and radicals can give them.
Rank-and-file leads the way in Connecticut.
Wins, losses, and ongoing struggles for janitors, garment workers, and supermarket employees from Jordan to the U.S. South and North.
CWA workers defeat union busting in NYC; South Korean hunger strikers win changes in safety rules for all workers; and United Electrical workers in Pennsylvania strike and win back their union status from a new, anti-union company owner.
Shop steward Steve Hoffman, a leader in Washington Federation of State Employees Local 304, describes the history and current revival of militant organizing by public workers.