"Why take on Wall Street? Because when we go to the bargaining table," the opposing company "has a partner: Wall Street."
Brushing aside worker protests that brought several thousand people, the GOP-run West Virginia Senate approved a so-called "right to work" law.
Teamsters are one of the unions under the knife now, but 200 multi-employer pension funds covering 1.5 million American workers could be in jeopardy for a number of reasons.
Have Donald Trump's promises played like the sound of music to the ears of American workers?
One unionist said, "I like Bernie. I like what he has to say, but I think Hillary is far and above in knowledge."
Not only are CWA and ver.di demanding that DT force its U.S. T-Mobile managers to obey U.S. labor law, but so are U.S. lawmakers and major investors.
Postal unions and USPS customers agree on key provisions of a planned postal reform bill.
Workers hit the streets for causes ranging from decent pay to undoing two-tier wage systems to health and safety.
David vs. Goliath comparisons arise whenever a person fights for rights against the controlling rich, and sometimes it's dead right.
The current captive audience meetings let employers summon workers into closed meetings to hear anti-union rhetoric and worse.