Labor News


Machinists union: We built Juno, that Jupiter probe

It's sometimes easy to forget the outstanding achievements union workers produce - until you're reminded of them.


Speedups 2.0: Tailor-made for Taylorism

Even if you are not a delivery driver or a warehouse worker or a janitor, you may not be immune to constant monitoring.


Billionaire Trump claims steelworker status

"Donald Trump stomped into my backyard just days before July 4 and claimed to be a steelworker."


Clevelanders meet to save the postal service

Opposing a right-wing, big business privatization drive, 100 union and community activists took part in a field hearing to save the publicly-run United States Postal Service.


AFGE’s members plan 38 anti-privatization rallies coast to coast to boost VA

AFGE delegates vowed to fight for the agency: Serving the nation's veterans is "a sacred promise, a promise that will never be violated."


Hospital workers in Vancouver, Wash. unionize to fight for their patients

Even the doctors are part of the bargaining unit at this small hospital in the Pacific Northwest.


The struggle for LGBTQ workers’ rights continues

Pride at Work co-founder Nancy Wohlforth recalls how gay bartenders dumped bottles of Coors beer into the sewers; decades later, have things changed?


The labor movement won't survive if it doesn't help Black women to thrive

Black women and girls are the future of labor, but they can't become leaders unless the unions have their backs.


Years of organizing at CUNY yields wins for workers

Thousands of workers at the City University of New York's 24 campuses will see improvements in their pay and benefits.


CWA’s Larson warns of post-election push for Trans-Pacific Pact

CWA's legislative director is urging his union's activists - and other unionists - to keep the pressure on lawmakers to vote against the TPP.

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