"We may or may not get the 5.3, but we are putting on the record that we need it," said AFGE President J. David Cox.
Tyson Foods delivered the news to shareholders that its income soared by 49 percent; but the poultry workers who made all this money for the chicken titan face serious struggles.
"Why take on Wall Street? Because when we go to the bargaining table," the opposing company "has a partner: Wall Street."
Like a preacher of prejudice, Trump validates cursing the nation's marginalized and accusing them of emptying workers' bank accounts.
Brushing aside worker protests that brought several thousand people, the GOP-run West Virginia Senate approved a so-called "right to work" law.
Teamsters are one of the unions under the knife now, but 200 multi-employer pension funds covering 1.5 million American workers could be in jeopardy for a number of reasons.
In Des Moines, Iowa, it was much more like a fundamentalist Christian revival meeting than a political rally.
Not only are CWA and ver.di demanding that DT force its U.S. T-Mobile managers to obey U.S. labor law, but so are U.S. lawmakers and major investors.
Postal unions and USPS customers agree on key provisions of a planned postal reform bill.
Disney workers were told by management they were being fired, but that they had 90 days to train the visa-holders as their replacements.