New York, NY – The FDNY “Probie” who once Tweeted, “I like Jews about as much as hitler,” as well as a litany of other racist gems, is splitting the
CHICAGO, Ill.—Part-time faculty members at Chicago’s Columbia College went on strike for two days Nov. 29-30 to demand that the administration bargain seriously with their union, the Part-Time Faculty At
BOSTON, Mass.—The Raise Up Massachusetts coalition submitted petitions Dec. 5 to put initiatives for a $15-an-hour minimum wage and paid family and medical leave on the November 2018 state ballot.
TRENTON, N.J.—Gov. Chris Christie released a report Dec. 6 urging state and local governments to cut their workers’ health benefits by more than $4 billion a year and put that
OAKLAND, Calif.—More than 3,000 Oakland city workers remained on strike for a third day Dec. 7, as the City Council failed to reach a deal to settle it. Two unions,
New York, NY – After nine months striking, the roughly 1,800 Charter/Spectrum workers represented by IBEW Local 3 are headed into the holiday season still unsure about their survival —
The “Workflex in the 21st Century Act” is making its way through the legislative process and would cost American workers dearly by taking away key workplace protections that are provided