Labor News

Faking it on jobs again

Opinion Fake President Bush is at it again. He’s starting to seriously worry about unemployment and jobs – the destruction of jobs will likely help defeat him the same way the sagging economy helped defeat his dear old Dad.

A voice for all workers

Opinion Everyone deserves a voice on the job, the freedom to choose union representation and the promise of equal treatment at work.

Teamsters mark 100th anniversary

The International Brotherhood of Teamsters (IBT) celebrated its 100th anniversary on Sept. 6 in Washington, D.C. There were more than 3,500 Teamsters in attendance from all across the United States and Canada.

Land to the tiller! Mexico and land reform

Mexican farmers have promised militant demonstrations at the WTO meeting in Cancun, Sept. 10-14, against the corporate-controlled globalization policies that are ruining them. A long history precedes this development.

Verizon workers in tentative settlement

Unions representing about 78,000 Verizon workers in the Northeastern and Mid-Atlantic states reached a tentative five-year contract agreement.

Labor calls for Yale strike support

NEW HAVEN, Conn. – As spirited picket lines and marches fill the campus at Yale University, national support and unity continues to grow for striking service-maintenance, clerical-technical and hospital dietary workers.