US Workers Report Highest Job Satisfaction Since 2005

August 29, 2018

Just more than half of US workers—51%—said they were satisfied with their jobs in 2017, the highest level since 2005, according to a new report from The Conference Board, a business-research group. Over the past seven years […]

AFL-CIO: NAFTA on Track, But Not Done

August 29, 2018

In a joint statement Tuesday, union leaders called for an agreement that addresses the North American Free Trade Agreement’s “deeply ingrained flaws.” “Any new deal must raise wages, ensure workers’ rights and freedoms, reduce outsourcing and put the interests of working families first […]

Teamsters Union Reaches a Deal with Studios

August 28, 2018

Just four weeks after IATSE reached an agreement with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers, Teamsters Local 399 and several allied unions have as well, Local 399 announced Monday. Although details were not released […]

IATSE Group ‘Reel Equity’ Calls for Equal Pay for Women

August 28, 2018

Just in time for Sunday’s Women’s Equality Day, dozens of Hollywood stars and organizations signed an open letter calling for equal pay among women in film and television production. The letter, published by the group Reel Equity, cites a recent […]

Teresa Romero Will Be the First Woman to Lead the UFW

August 28, 2018

Longtime United Farm Workers President Arturo Rodriguez will step down from leadership of the union founded by his father-in-law, Cesar Chavez, the union confirmed Tuesday. His replacement, Teresa Romero, will be the first woman and […]

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