Housekeepers will convene here tonight to nominate one of their own to sit on the hotel's board of directors.
A top union leader who worked closely with Thomas Perez, President Obama's nominee to be the nation's next Secretary of Labor, says Perez can bring labor and progressive firms together.
The Pipefitter's Hall was packed, over 500 folks filing in for what was the eighth in a series of Union Sportsmen's Alliance public events.
"No contract, no peace!" chanted over fifty demonstrators from SEIU/USWW (Service Employees International Union/United Service Workers West) here Mar. 12.
Chicago's labor movement turned out in force yesterday to declare support for immediate reform of immigration law.
The German model of collective bargaining, and what the U.S. can learn from it, was the top topic of conversation.
U.S. workers' wages rise when U.S. unions thrive, the temporary top man at the U.S. Labor Department, acting Secretary Seth Harris, says.
The 2012 election is barely in the books, but the AFL-CIO is already starting to think about the next round of polling, in November 2014.
If Republican lawmakers get their way, Missouri may become the 25th state in the nation to impose a so-called 'Right-to-Work' law.
The executive council of the AFL-CIO unanimously passed a resolution demanding that the Congress of the United States immediately pass immigration reform.