Large groups of workers in the private sector are driving a new strike wave
Around 1,400 workers at four Kellogg’s cereal production plants in Battle Creek, Michigan, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Memphis, Tennessee, and Omaha, Nebr…
'There are more job openings than unemployed workers' is a misleading and in many states, outright false, claim.
From mass furloughs, voluntary job losses and retirements, to current issues of understaffing and a surge in cases of harassment and assaults by unruly…
Hundreds of CVS workers are fighting for a new contract after facing abuse, understaffing, and low pay throughout the pandemic. CVS made over $7 billio…
1,100 coalminers represented by the United Mine Workers of America in Brookwood, Alabama, have been on strike since the start of April against Warrior …
‘10 Nabisco plants closed by strike’ read a 1966 New York Times article, which is the first article that comes up in a Google search about the ongoing …
Last month Walmart touted a plan to provide 740,000 employees with free smart phones meant to be used at work, though workers are liable for phone plan…
Several weeks ago the US Chamber of Commerce began leading cries of a labor shortage to try to justify lobbying for the end of federal extended unemplo…
Ahead of McDonald’s annual shareholders meeting on May 20, workers at McDonald’s in 15 cities around the US are striking in demand of a $15 minimum wag…
Richard Tatge worked as a truck driver for Universal Intermodal Services in Los Angeles, California for two years before he was laid off along with all…
The coronavirus pandemic has spurred numerous worker organizing efforts around the US, as the spread of the virus created a sense of urgency in improvi…