They’ve gone from fighting for $15 to fighting allegations of abusive behavior towards women.
The AFL-CIO, one of the country’s largest union organizations, has released a new report that slams the gross disparity in pay between corporate CEOs and the average rank-and-file worker but critics have pointed out a glaring omission—the exorbitant salaries of union presidents.
The Maryland-based Service Employees International Union Local 500 filed a charge of unfair labor practices against the Council on American-Islamic Relations.
Nearly three-quarters of eligible production workers at Boeing’s South Carolina plant voted Wednesday not to join the International Association of Machinists in a major setback for organized labor.
Classes have resumed for more than 100,000 students who attend Pennsylvania’s 14 state-owned universities.
Dining hall workers at Harvard University have gone on strike over wages and health care benefits.
The National Labor Relations Board ruled Tuesday that student teaching and research assistants at private universities are employees and have a right to be represented by unions.
It all started, and ended, on this day 41 years ago.
About 4,800 nurses at five Minneapolis-area hospitals began a weeklong strike Sunday over a contract impasse.
Striking Verizon employees may be back to work next week after the company and its unions reached an agreement in principle for a four-year contract.
Seattle police said late Sunday that two officers were injured after anti-capitalist protesters pelted them with rocks, flares, bricks and Molotov cocktails after a May Day gathering in the city turned violent.
A California appeals court has handed teacher unions a big victory by reversing a judge’s ruling that found tenure deprived students of a good education.