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…
Dozens of workers who distribute beverages for Coca-Cola, 7Up, and several other popular brands are striking amid ongoing union contract negotiations 7…
On February 17, 61 year old Ann Marie Reinhart Smith, a leader and member with United for Respect, passed away from COVID-19. United for Respect’s stat…
AutoZone, an auto parts and accessory retailer, has over 6,000 stores around the US. During the pandemic, the company kept stores open and according to…
The retail chain restructuring plan was rolled out today, weeks after laying off workers who were furloughed then brought back on for seasonal work
After a lull in the use of lock outs by employers during the first several months of the coronavirus pandemic, bosses are beginning to use lock outs to…
A new PBS documentary premieres on February 1st about the 9 to 5 movement which inspired the famous film starring Jane Fonda, Dolly Parton, and Lily To…
For the first time in the media, some current and former workers at the BHM1 warehouse in Bessemer, Alabama discuss working conditions, fear of retalia…