Philadelphia Transit Agency Seeks Court Order to End Strike

November 4, 2016

The union representing the 4,700 striking workers vowed to fight the petition for a back-to-work order “tooth and nail,” calling the agency’s action a “pointless” legal maneuver that would only distract from talks aimed at settling the dispute. […]

Harvard Dining Hall Strike Enters Its Third Week

October 20, 2016

Harvard University’s food service workers have been on strike since October 5, and there’s no clear end in sight. The university is still pushing back against their union’s demands: a minimum annual salary of $35,000, and […]

WHY IT MATTERS: Issues at Stake in Election

October 2, 2016

A selection of issues at stake in the presidential election and their impact on Americans, in brief, including: Jobs, Social Security, Executive Authority, the Minimum Wage, Wall Street Regulation, Infrastructure and Healthcare. […]

Telemundo and SAG-AFTRA Clash Over Pay for Actors

October 1, 2016

Telemundo is facing mounting questions from Hollywood’s largest union over the treatment of its talent. According to SAG-AFTRA, Telemundo pays its performers half what their English-language counterparts earn on other NBCUniversal-owned […]

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