Unions

Business
The number of union members stayed roughly the same and didn’t grow with the labor force.
Politics
Presidential candidates have helped resolve two labor disputes by refusing to cross picket lines. Imagine if employers always felt this kind of heat.
Politics
These federal employees feel stretched thin by attrition and worn down by regulatory rollbacks.
Politics
The part-time employees, who work remotely and don’t get benefits, say they want “adequate compensation, protection and support.”
Politics
The presidential candidates promised to honor a picket line if a local union went forward with it.
Religion
The Union for Reform Judaism is calling for a study on reparations to redress the continuing effects of slavery and systemic racism against Black Americans.
Politics
On Saturday, the unions will host a televised public education forum for Democratic candidates, culminating a rigorous endorsement process.
Politics
In addition to the immediate policy impact, leaving the anti-union system intact could hurt Democrats’ long-term political prospects.
Politics
The campaign still needs to reach a contract agreement with the union.
Media
Employees of 24 publications, including Cosmopolitan, Esquire and Men's Health, will join Writers Guild of America, East.
Culture & Arts
Amid the rise of a new labor movement, the classic insult is going mainstream.
Politics
The AFL-CIO backed about 1,500 union members in the 2018 elections, and two-thirds of them won.
Politics
James Hoffa has been a vocal supporter of Trump's trade moves but says the president hasn't delivered for union members.
Media
The NewsGuild of New York will represent about 150 employees of NBC News Digital.
Politics
They will be building on a wave of teacher of activism that they helped set off in 2012.
Business
A union council still needs to approve it in order to bring a painful work stoppage to a close.
U.S. News
The pilots claim they lost $100 million in wages when Boeing was forced to ground the jets following two fatal crashes.
Business
General Motors now says company-funded benefits will continue uninterrupted during the work stoppage of nearly 50,000 workers.
Business
It's not that complicated. GM has been highly profitable, and workers haven't forgotten the sacrifices they made to prop up the company.
Business
The work stoppage would involve nearly 50,000 workers. "We'll see them on the picket lines tonight," the union said.