News From: Good Jobs Now


by Kris LaGrange | on Nov 23, 2020

Unions Reach Deal to Put Actors Back to Work

When someone thinks of an actor, they usually think of a millionaire blockbuster movie star, but the reality is that the vast majority of actors and actresses are people that you never heard of or...

by Guest Post | on Oct 22, 2020

IBEW Teams with the NAACP to Expand Solar Training

This post was written by the IBEW. Evansville, Ind., Local 16 has a long, proud history. The city sent one of the 10 delegates to the IBEW’s first convention in 1891 and Local 16 has been a...

by AFL-CIO | on Sep 25, 2020

Why Workers Unionize: The Minneapolis Model

Originally by Aaron Gallant, AFL-CIO Blog More than six months have passed since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in the U.S., and more workers across America are joining in solidarity to create...

by Guest Post | on Sep 09, 2020

The Energy Future will be Union Built

This post was written by the IBEW Media Department Hundreds of IBEW members could be working as early as next spring on construction of the New Jersey Wind Port, a massive project that has union...

by Kris LaGrange | on Aug 14, 2020

Trades Sign Historic Agreement in New York City

New York City is one of the most heavily unionized cities in the country and much of the construction that is done is union. For countless families, these union jobs have brought them into the middle...

by Brian Young | on Jul 27, 2020

Is Southwest the Best Union Airline?

COVID-19 has hit airlines hard. Ridership is way down and it is not expected to increase to pre-pandemic levels for the rest of 2020. In response, many airlines have begun laying off staff. One...

by Brian Young | on Jul 24, 2020

Honolulu Mandates Union Work

For the first time in history, the union building trades will have first priority for jobs in Honolulu after the mayor reached an agreement with the local Building Trades Council.

by Guest Post | on Jul 01, 2020

Prevailing Wage Boosts Homeownership

This post was written by the IBEW Media Center The benefits of a prevailing wage extend beyond just pay and benefits, according to a study from the Illinois Economic Policy Institute. Prevailing...

by Brian Young | on Jun 08, 2020

1.5 Million Government Employees Laid Off

One hundred days into the COVID-19 pandemic and shutdown, almost all states and local municipalities have begun to reopen. Even New York City, the hardest-hit area in the country, has entered Phase 1...

by Labor 411 | on May 15, 2020

Buy Online from these American Companies

This post was written by Labor 411 Shopping American-made is a great way to use your dollars to support good jobs at home. And with the COVID-19 pandemic keeping many of us indoors and away from...

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