Labor Issues

The federal labor board’s general counsel said “deep-pocket, low-road employers” were trying to challenge the agency’s constitutionality.
Opponents of the deal say it would lead to higher prices for consumers and lower wages for workers.
The union Workers United has organized roughly 400 stores, but is locked in a bitter bargaining fight with the coffee chain.
Union stores are excluded from the company's North America Barista Championship. The union calls it part of a broader pattern of retaliation.
Three GOP senators joined 25 Democrats in criticizing the retail giant for trying to “avoid legal liability” through a system of subcontracting.
Mailers from the Freedom Foundation dangling a dues “credit” looked like they came from a union president.
In 1981, Ronald Reagan set back the cause of labor for a generation. Biden has the chance to reverse that.
Falling real wages and high corporate profits have fomented militancy on the picket lines at Ford, GM and Stellantis.
"Obviously all the issues are necessary enough to strike or else we wouldn’t have done it, but I think it’s just the complete lack of empathy. That is the most concerning thing."
“Sometimes you’re a Latino writer and you’re only given Latino jobs, and if those shows are getting canceled or aren’t getting made, then when are you gonna work?”