If you were fortunate enough to continue working, and you have families or loved ones with whom you live, remote work has blurred the lines between those two distinct parts of life, sometimes in uncomfortable ways.
The Supreme Court ruled on Wednesday that a California regulation allowing union organizers to recruit agricultural workers at their workplaces violated the constitutional rights of their employers. The vote was […]
Staffers at 11 Southern California newspapers, including The Orange County Register, voted Friday to unionize, joining a wave of newsrooms turning to organized labor amid job cuts and uncertainty in the newspaper […]
We [at the News Guild CWA] call on Meredith Levien (CEO), A.G. Sulzberger (Publisher), and managers of The New York Times to stop breaking federal labor law, stop union-busting, and recognize the Times Tech […]
After four weeks of bargaining, IATSE’s negotiations with management’s AMPTP for a new film and TV contract have broken off with no deal and “very little progress” toward reaching one, union officials said on Friday. […]
The US Supreme Court turned away a bid to weaken the power of public-sector unions, refusing to reconsider a 1984 ruling that lets them serve as the exclusive bargaining agent for workers. The justices without […]
New Hampshire Teamsters are celebrating a state House vote Friday night that rejected so-called right-to-work legislation that would have weakened workers and their unions in the Granite State, a long-time goal of corporations and their […]
“In the US about 12 percent of workers are unionized, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics,” writes Eriq Gardner in The Hollywood Reporter. “In Hollywood, it’s nearly everyone, even though workers largely operate on a project basis […]