News From: Corporate Greed

by Press and Media | on Jun 29, 2018

Labor Activist Arrested for Investigating Ivanka Trump Freed

Good news from China as the three labor activists who were arrested in 2017 for investigating Ivanka Trump's clothing line have been released from jail.

by Brian Young | on Jun 25, 2018

NY City Council May Pull Spectrum Agreement Over Strike

Union workers at Spectrum Communications in New York City have been on strike for the past 16 months fighting for better wages, benefits and the protection of their retirement plans. With the company...

by Guest Post | on Jun 15, 2018

Teamsters Call on Trump to Stop Canadian Tariffs

The International Brotherhood of Teamsters stand in solidarity with our Canadian brothers and sisters in calling for an end to the personal attacks on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and a permanent...

by AFL-CIO | on Jun 14, 2018

Grand Theft Paycheck

A new report, Grand Theft Paycheck: The Large Corporations Shortchanging Their Workers’ Wages, reveals that large corporations have paid out billions to resolve wage...

by Press and Media | on Jun 08, 2018

Teamsters at UPS Authorize Strike

If you ever wondered what the definition of clickbait is, this is it. Fortune is trying to stir up alarm by saying that 260,000 people at UPS are ready to strike, but a lot can happen between now and...

by Kris LaGrange | on Jun 05, 2018

35,000 Lose $1K in Wages because of Trump

In the Presidential election of 2016, 4.6 Million people in the red, right to work state known as Florida – the Sunshine State - voted for Trump. Even though we don't have the data, we can...

by Guest Post | on May 24, 2018

50,000 Could Go on Strike in Vegas

Members of UNITE HERE’s Culinary and Bartenders Unions have voted to authorize a citywide strike. 25,000 union members participated in two voting sessions throughout the day (May 22, 2018) and...

by AFL-CIO | on May 22, 2018

Executive Pay Gap Continues to Grow

CEO pay for major companies in the United States rose nearly 6% in the past year, as income inequality and the outsourcing of good-paying American jobs have increased....

by Guest Post | on May 18, 2018

CWA Authorizes Strike Against AT&T

This week, CWA filed unfair labor practice (ULP) charges against AT&T and NABET-CWA employer Nexstar Media Group for refusing to provide information about each company's plan to use its...

by Kris LaGrange | on May 17, 2018

The Koch Brothers Plan to Destroy Unions

The State Policy Network (SPN), a group of statewide organizations that are funded and supported by the Koch Brothers, have been a thorn in unions sides for decades. Almost every anti-union, Right-to...

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