News From: Corporate Greed

by Brian Young | on Jun 26, 2020

COVID-19 Tracking: Break the Union

Workers are heading back to the office, jobsite, or warehouse and are witnessing a new type of working environment. At almost all workplaces, some changes have been made, whether it is a mandatory...

by Kris LaGrange | on Jun 19, 2020

Trump's NLRB: Ties Hands of Investigators

National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) chief counsel Peter Robb has announced some new rules to further constrain investigators at the NLRB. Robb, who has a long history of fighting against union...

by Kris LaGrange | on May 20, 2020

Fast Food CEO Donates 400K to Trump

The election is just months away and with falling poll numbers Trump is relying heavily on big business CEOs to bail him out. Some of those CEOs lead the largest fast food and restaurant chains in...

by Brian Young | on May 19, 2020

NLRB Restarts Hearings June 1

National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) cases have been suspended since March due to the COVID-19 crisis. In those two months, cases have begun to pile up, no doubt from employers violating labor law...

by Brian Young | on May 14, 2020

Kroger's to Eliminate Hero Pay

While the COVID-19 crisis continues to wreak havoc on states across the country, one of the nation’s largest supermarkets has decided that the crisis is over and has begun cutting pay for their...

by Brian Young | on May 11, 2020

Michigan Hospital Uses COVID-19 to Bust Union

Across the country, communities are cheering healthcare workers as heroes in the war against COVID-19. Yet hospitals are using the crisis to bust unions and fire activist employees.

by Brian Young | on May 08, 2020

Freedom Foundation Targets Union Firefighters

In the middle of a pandemic, the Freedom Foundation is hoping to capitalize on the disaster by pushing public employees to opt-out of their union.

by Kris LaGrange | on May 05, 2020

Amazon VP Quits over Union-Busting

At the end of March, two weeks into the quarantine in New York City, Amazon employees at their Staten Island warehouse held a walkout to protest the company’s negligence in protecting the...

by Brian Young | on May 04, 2020

Trump's Trade War Results in More Business for Mexico

Trump's trade war with China was supposed to result in manufacturing jobs being brought back to the United States. Instead, it led to China shutting down much of its trade with the US, leaving...

by Brian Young | on May 01, 2020

Target and Amazon Workers Strike

After periodic walkouts and sickouts over the past few weeks, workers at two of the nation's biggest companies are taking action on May Day. While job actions often take place on May 1st, also...

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