by Brian Young | on Dec 09, 2020

NFLPA: We Can Avoid a Bubble

Although the NFL has been dealing with outbreaks of COVID-19 throughout the season, the National Football League Players Association (NFLPA) believes that the season can be completed without having...

by Kris LaGrange | on Dec 04, 2020

Teachers Move to the Front of the COVID Vaccine List

With news that a vaccine for COVID-19 could be available by the middle of December, officials are trying to figure out who to vaccinate first. While healthcare workers seem like a no-brainer,...

by Press and Media | on Dec 01, 2020

The Clapping Ended, the Risk to Healthcare Workers Did Not

As COVID-19 continues to rage, healthcare workers from nurses in New York to the hospital laundry workers have begun organizing and going on strike over the lack of wages, protection, and benefits...

by Kris LaGrange | on Nov 20, 2020

Podcast: Who Will Biden Pick to Lead the Labor & Edu Departments?

The Building Trades secure a deal to build offshore wind plants, North Dakota is forcing nurses to work while sick with COVID, Biden shows his union muscle to CEOs, and who will lead the Departments...

by Press and Media | on Nov 19, 2020

Tyson Managers Taking Bets On Workers Getting COVID

Vice is reporting that managers at a Tyson plant were caught taking bets on how many of their workers would get sick as COVID ripped through their factories. Find out more below from Vice.

by Kris LaGrange | on Nov 18, 2020

COVID Positive Nurses Told to Go to Work

Across the country, COVID-19 cases are spiking. Harkening back to the dark days of March and April, hospitals are becoming overrun with sick patients. This is putting a strain on nurses and doctors...

by Guest Post | on Nov 06, 2020

CWA Responds to AT&T COVID-19 Outbreak

Despite 30 employees at an AT&T call center in Tustin, Calif. testing positive for COVID-19 and a probable fatality from the disease, AT&T has not agreed to allow all employees at the center...

by Kris LaGrange | on Oct 26, 2020

How Trump's White House Failed the American Worker

With a week to go until election day, unions across this nation are doing their best to talk sense into some of their members who still plan on voting for Trump. The organized labor vote is not as...

by Press and Media | on Oct 21, 2020

1 in 4 Workers Considered Quitting Over COVID-19

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues 25% of workers say they have considered quitting their jobs to stay safe.  Find out more below

by Kris LaGrange | on Oct 19, 2020

CBA's are Getting Shorter

For the first time in at least 20 years, collective bargaining agreements (CBA) are getting shorter. That is the finding from Bloomberg which looked at CBAs signed in the first six months of 2020.

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