Labor

A high-profile organizing campaign inside the coffee giant may culminate with the counting of ballots in upstate New York as early as Dec. 9.
Kellogg's said in its lawsuit that union members have been physically blocking the entrance to the plant as trucks try to enter.
In the survey commissioned by the AFL-CIO labor federation, a strong majority said workers were right to walk out for better pay and benefits.
The union called it a "Hollywood ending" on Saturday, though workers still need to ratify the agreement with studios.
Matthew Loeb, president of the IATSE union, says film and TV crews are burnt out on long days and no rest — and the streaming era has made it worse.
The union representing behind-the-scenes workers on film sets says the studios haven’t shown “any sense of urgency” in contract negotiations.
Federal filings give a hint at how large a tab the meal-kit company is running up to stifle a union campaign by Unite Here.
The behind-the-scenes workers on film and TV sets say they barely have time to sleep: "We want a quality of life that's worth living."
The memo from Jennifer Abruzzo puts private universities and conferences on notice not to classify such players as “student athletes.”
The bill includes proposed fines and tax provisions that could steer more business to unionized companies and make it easier for workers to organize.
Nabisco parent company Mondelez wants to do away with workers' premium pay rates for weekends and long shifts.
As AFL-CIO president, Trumka served as the face of American labor over the past decade.
Union members ratified the new contract guaranteeing a pay raise and at least one day off each week.
“The protection has to be for all, not one side,” a union representative said of Clark County's decision to limit its coronavirus mask mandate.
The moderate Arizona Democrat told HuffPost he’s not opposed to passing parts of labor law reform through budget reconciliation.
The last hike came early in former President Barack Obama’s first term.
The president plans to sign a sweeping executive order aimed at curbing monopolies and boosting worker leverage.
Workers at No Evil Foods’ North Carolina plant were furious at the news, according to audio of the layoff announcement.
The fast-food giant is also encouraging its franchisees — which make up 95% of its restaurant base — to boost pay.
While Republicans are blaming federal unemployment benefits for a "labor shortage," business owners see child care as a hurdle for their former employees.