News From: Corporate Greed

by Brian Young | on May 15, 2018

Uber's Union Busting Playbook

The ridesharing company, Uber, has spent the better part of a year fighting against their employees organizing. They have argued before the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) that the drivers are...

by Brian Young | on May 09, 2018

20,000 Strike at University of California

More than 20,000 members of AFSCME Local 3299 are walking the picket line, shutting down the University of California campuses for the second straight day.  

by AFL-CIO | on May 04, 2018

Newark Cardinal Demands Justice for Nabisco Workers

Following a request for support of Nabisco-Mondelēz workers that was sent to the Vatican’s Peace and Justice Office by the general secretary of the International Union of...

by Kris LaGrange | on May 02, 2018

PSC Sues Spectrum

After a year on strike, Local 3 IBEW workers at Spectrum finally got some good news from the New York State Public Service Commission (PSC). The PSC announced that they will be taking legal action...

by Brian Young | on May 01, 2018

NLRB Stops Mohawk's Union Busting

The 200 members of Workers United at Karastan have beat back a decertification attempt that sought to bust their 79-year-old union. Beginning in September, Karastan’s parent company Mohawk...

by Kris LaGrange | on Apr 27, 2018

The Enemy Behind Janus and their Tactics

The Janus v AFSCME case is expected to be decided in June, and with just a few weeks left, groups like The Freedom Foundation are beginning to talk to union members about their ability to opt out of...

by AFL-CIO | on Apr 23, 2018

AFL-CIO: Show Me the Money!

Lawmakers told us companies will use money from their recently passed tax cuts to give working people a raise and create more jobs. Now, several of the biggest unions are calling on big companies to...

by Kris LaGrange | on Apr 20, 2018

Arizona Teachers Authorize Strike

On Thursday, teachers in yet another Right to Work Red state voted to conduct a strike if their increased salary and funding demands were not met. This time, it was teachers in Arizona. The vote,...

by Press and Media | on Apr 19, 2018

The Worst Places to Work

Cheatsheet has released their worst companies to work for. Many are in the servie or retail industries and are non-union. Find out more about each company below.

by Press and Media | on Apr 18, 2018

ABC Wants to Overturn Apprenticeship Requirements

Groups like the Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) have informed towns on Long Island that they will be using the courts to try and overturn apprenticeship language. Five towns on Long Island...

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