Tampa workers descend on Bain-owned company

Some 200 workers protested outside the Bloomin' Brands corporate headquarters demanding that Bain Capital pay its workers more and stop outsourcing jobs.


Court rules in favor of Michigan collective bargaining vote

A proposal to preserve collective bargaining rights for Michigan workers must be placed on the November ballot, the state's Court of Appeals has ruled.


Hostess hits workers with ultimatum

Management at bankrupt Hostess products - maker of Twinkies, cupcakes, Wonder Bread and other baked goods - hit its unions with a "last, best" offer.


Labor mounts drive to protect Latino vote

They're joined in their drive by other progressive groups, Hispanic groups - such as La Familia Vota - and labor allies.


“No justice, no pizza,” says AFL-CIO

The AFL-CIO has endorsed a nationwide boycott of Palermo's Pizza in response to the company's "blatant disregard of its workers' choice to form a union."


Labor launching America’s Second Bill of Rights

After years of defending itself against wave after wave of attacks, the labor movement seems to be mounting a full scale counter-offensive this summer.


AT&T workers strike to protest unfair labor practices

The workers have been in contract negotiations since February, and are working under a contract that expired in April.


Supporters rally for striking Houston janitors in 17 cities

Support for striking Houston janitors mushroomed all over the country yesterday.

Court kills, for now, NLRB attempt to speed union elections

A federal district judge in D.C. has turned down the request to reconsider and reverse his prior ruling.