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News From: Corporate Greed


by Brian Young | on May 18, 2021

When Environmentalists Union Bust

The Audubon Society is one of the oldest environmental organizations in the country. The century-old bird-focused non-profit is also entering a new dubious category as its employees accuse the...

by Brian Young | on May 17, 2021

Worker Alleges Amazon Tampered with Mailbox

Last month, workers at an Amazon Plant in Bessemer Alabama rejected an attempt by RWDSU to organize their warehouse. The workers had faced an intense union-busting campaign from Amazon and the union...

by Brian Young | on May 14, 2021

Unions Challenge USMCA Labor Protections

For the first time under the new United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), labor groups have filed a complaint under the Rapid Response Mechanism of agreement. The complaint was against Tridonex...

by Brian Young | on May 07, 2021

Teamsters Notch Largest Ever Win Against CEO Pay

CEO pay has been ballooning in recent years as worker pay has stayed stagnant, leading to an increasing wage gap between the bosses and employees. Fed up with the high price of CEO’s pay, the...

by Kris LaGrange | on May 03, 2021

ExxonMobil Locks Out Texas Workers

On the morning of Saturday, May 1st, union workers at the Beaumont, Texas Exxon Mobil plant were locked out. The company had set a 10 AM deadline for the union to accept a new contract that included...

by Kris LaGrange | on Apr 21, 2021

Foxconn Pulls Out of Trump's Wisconsin Deal

One of the highlights of Trump’s attempt to bring manufacturing back to the United States was the proposed $10 billion factory in Wisconsin. The warehouse was slated to be built by Taiwan...

by Brian Young | on Apr 16, 2021

Jeff Bezos: We Need to Do Better by our Employees

While the union campaign at the Amazon warehouse in Bessemer Alabama was unsuccessful at giving the workers a larger voice on the job, it did shine a spotlight on the working conditions within Amazon...

by Brian Young | on Apr 08, 2021

Union Density Decline Hurt Men the Most

For over 40 years, companies and politicians have been working to decrease the rights and power that workers have. This has resulted in fewer people being in a union and fewer people working under a...

by Brian Young | on Apr 02, 2021

Companies Pay Zero in Taxes As Nation's Roads Crumble

Earlier this week, President Joe Biden released a $2 Trillion infrastructure and jobs plans. The massive project would rebuild roads and bridges, build out a national car charging network, and expand...

by Kris LaGrange | on Apr 02, 2021

1,100 Mineworkers Strike in Alabama

1,100 mineworkers in Alabama have gone on strike after the company failed to agree to a fair contract with the United Mineworkers of America (UMWA). The strike is taking place at Warrior Met mines...

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