Can you imagine working five weeks in a row and earning nothing?
Employers must now prove to the NLRB that they aren't replacing striking workers for illegal reasons.
"The session's ending, but we're just getting started. That's why we need you to stay active and engaged through Election Day."
"I had to work out of necessity. My mother couldn't support my younger siblings alone, and I'm the eldest daughter."
The decision is notable because of UAW's past history as a beacon of progressivism.
Some 40,000 Verizon workers from Maine down through Virginia marched back to work today after a company-forced 45-day strike earned them victories.
Abstract: Forcing workers to sign away their right to sue or join class action lawsuits against employers violates the National Labor Relations Act, says the 7th Circuit.
Outlasting the boss who said, "Screw you and your f*cking union," potato chip workers in New Brunswick just scored a major win.
The head of the AFL-CIO's Civil, Human, and Women's Rights Division tackles some of labor's thorniest issues on a daily basis.
The rally aimed to disrupt the burger giant's corporate proceedings with singing, chanting, and demands for $15 and a union.