by Kris LaGrange | on May 17, 2019

Heartbreak at Kickstarter

The crowdfunding platform Kickstarter has become a staple for startup companies, artists and the creatively independent. Even UCOMM used the platform to raise money for our UCOMM Live recording...

by Guest Post | on May 15, 2019

IAM Files Charges Against Delta for Union Busting

The International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAM) today filed election interference charges with the National Mediation Board (NMB) against Delta Air Lines.

by Daniel Hinton | on May 13, 2019

Uber Workers Sink Company IPO

Uber Technologies Inc. went public this week, and their IPO (Initial Public Offering) came in way under expectations in the wake of the largest strike yet by ride-share drivers. This week wasn’...

by Press and Media | on May 10, 2019

Delta Airlines Ridiculous Union Avoidance Campaign

For years workers at Delta Airlines have been trying to organize. The airline has fought the efforts even going so far as to suggest that union dues are better spent on a gaming system. Find out more...

by Brian Young | on May 06, 2019

Where's the Bailout for Working People?

Last weekend, Youngstown Ohio’s Falcon Transport texted 600 of their employees at 8:00 PM on a Saturday night. The message was simple, all 600 were being laid off.

by Press and Media | on Apr 26, 2019

Volkswagen Tries to Stop Union Election

The next step in the ongoing battle behind the United Autoworkers and VW is here as lawyers for the company are trying to stop a union election. Find out more from the Times Free Press.

by Guest Post | on Apr 23, 2019

Dow Chemical Locks out USW

The United Steelworkers (USW) union today condemned Rohm and Haas Texas Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Dow Chemical Co., after the company made the decision to lock out more than 200 workers at...

by Kris LaGrange | on Apr 22, 2019

Easter Agreement Ends Stop and Shop Strike

On Easter Sunday, 31,000 United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW) got the good news that they were headed back to work on Monday morning after spending 11 days on strike.

by Brian Young | on Apr 16, 2019

Becky Friedrichs' Book is Stupid

Before there was Mark Janus, Rebecca Friedrichs was the face of the anti-union movement. A teacher from California, she challenged fair share fees in a case that made it to the Supreme Court in 2016...

by Guest Post | on Apr 15, 2019

Why We Shouldn't Patronize Uber

As Uber filed its long-awaited IPO with the SEC on Tuesday, April 11, more than a thousand San Francisco city workers and gig workers protested outside the company's headquarters. The protest...

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