Labor News


Potato chip boss to workers: “Screw you and your f**king union”

Supporters of the striking workers are being asked not to buy Covered Bridge chips until the company returns to negotiations.


Attorney: high court ruling could hurt all workers, union and non-union

A potential negative ruling in a pending U.S. Supreme Court case involving public workers and their unions could hurt all workers nationwide.


Firefighters gain allies in drive to ban toxic chemicals in furniture

"When toxic flame retardants burn - and they do burn - it creates a serious health risk for our members."


Celebrating the 10th anniversary of the TWU Local 100 transit strike

The biggest victory of the strike is it showed that organized working people can stand up to the forces who are trying to destroy their organization.


News Guild’s Lunzer: Court ruling could chill First Amendment

"The Chicago Sun-Times is being punished for doing exactly what a news organization is supposed to do: Hold the people in power to account."


Communications Workers endorse Sanders

"Sanders stands with working families against corporate greed, Wall Street, and the big banks, and we are going to help him." 


For labor, 2015 began and ended with political action

The year kicked off with a comprehensive "Raise The Wage" campaign and the advocation of a wide-ranging package of measures to restore the middle class.


Burn the TPP, not workers

Middle America is smoldering. For too long, citizens worked harder and produced more, yet corporations cut pay and benefits.


Trump Vegas hotel files objections after workers vote to unionize

The Trump Hotel Las Vegas, however, is required by federal law to bargain with the union, even though they have filed objections.


Unionists pack Ohio statehouse to protest anti-worker bills

A new "right-to-work" bill and an "unemployment reform" bill would make Ohio the "worst state in the union for unemployed workers."

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