On September 27, 2005, several unions, led by the Service Employees International Union, left the AFL-CIO to start an alternative federation entitled Change to Win. The idea was to create a federation
A huge win for the National Nurses Union and all those who undertake the herculean task of organizing the South! It’s a new day at HCA’s Mission Hospital in Asheville, North Carolina, for register
On September 16, 2004, the National Hockey League chose to lockout its players in order to force them into a salary structure that was a blatant attempt to guarantee profits for the billionaire owners
While Twin Cities brewery Surly lays off workers to bust the union effort there, the Cities’ Fair State Brewery in fact acts fairly: “Today, Fair State Brewing Cooperative has decided to v
The rollback of our labor rights continues from the Trump National Labor Relations Board. On July 21 the Trump-appointed National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) eliminated the special legal protections
Surly is one of the largest and most prominent microbreweries in Minnesota. And like so many of these places, the owners are as reactionary anti-union as Jay Gould or Henry Ford could dream of being.
This is an excellent but disturbing story about how the gig company consultants are personally targeting labor activists fighting to support AB5, the bill that gives gig workers employment rights. Dub
The NBA is restarting today after the players’ brief strike in support of Jacob Blake. On the Twitter hellscape, there’s plenty of lefties who are unhappy about this, saying that the playe