Rank-and-file leads the way in Connecticut.
U.S. returns to the “big stick” in Venezuela; in Mexico, maquila strikers spread demands for union democracy.
Wins, losses, and ongoing struggles for janitors, garment workers, and supermarket employees from Jordan to the U.S. South and North.
Successful fight against low pay, temporary work, bullying, and sexual harassment holds lessons for every job battle.
Retiree Patrick Burns has his “feet on the ground” fighting for union democracy, women’s rights, and more.
More than 53,000 union workers in the University of California were on strike from May 7-9 in the biggest labor action in UC’s history. Led by AFSCME 3299, the California Nurses Association and University and Technical Employees (UPTE-CWA) joined the line in sympathy strikes against the state’s largest employer. UC wants to implement a third… Read more »
The industrial relations rules are stacked against workers and unions, in favour of corporations and conservative governments. We need to challenge all anti-union laws that restrict workers’ rights to organise.
Members of the University and College Union, the world’s largest higher education union, are on strike over cuts to their pension plans.
Full-time, permanent, award, conditions, pay rates, safety, security, satisfaction, career, retirement. These were once everyday words in the workplace.
Organized Workers for Labor Solidarity (OWLS) takes on the misnamed Freedom Foundation.