Labor News


U.S. unionists back domestic worker from India

A group of U.S. unionists made it quite clear to India's ambassador to the U.S. that his nation's diplomats should stop treating their own domestic workers as serfs.


Domestic workers come out of shadows, into labor movement

LOS ANGELES - Maria says she began working for an elderly woman, cleaning her house and preparing her meal, but the duties soon increased yet her wages didn't.


Outside the box: workers’ centers give labor a boost

Workers' centers, or non-traditional unions, have scored significant victories lately and offer important new ways of building the labor movement.


Domestic workers win basic labor rights

NEW YORK-After a six-year struggle, domestic workers here won a huge victory.


Afraid no more: Domestic workers fight back

She became the child's nanny when the little girl was 18 months old. For the next seven years she nurtured and guided the girl through all the typical milestones of childhood - growing out of and into new clothes, toileting, walking, playing, meeting new friends, pre-kindergarten, first grade and more.