Go forth and speak out about your work here today - you never know whose dream you may be carrying. Let's make sure that this union, this movement, and the leaders we elect are truly representative of our people. And we will carry their dreams together.
16 workers were unlawfully punished, a judge ruled.
The 1.3 million-member union says Clinton is its candidate.
A labor union schism has given Walmart a lot less to worry about on the big day.
Immigrant farm, food and commercial workers gathered in Lafayette Square across from the White House the week before Thanksgiving Day to remind their fellow Americans of the flesh-and-blood human beings who are behind the great bounty of food all of us share on this celebrated holiday.
The unfolding humanitarian crisis on the border further highlights the urgent need to fix our broken immigration system and create a clear and fair path to citizenship. Yet some Congressional Republicans are using the plight of immigrant families to call for even stricter enforcement policies. It's shameful.
El Super Grocery workers are fighting to get paid sick leave.
UFCW representatives say they have met with the company repeatedly but have had little success in convincing corporate representatives
But Walmart ties are apparently less damning these days. The president chose Sylvia Mathews Burwell, who was once head of
After being petitioned by progressives over its supply-chain labor policies, Gap has suddenly become a high-road employer
This post has been updated with Dominic Ware's comments. According to the board, Walmart has until Jan. 28 to respond to
This wouldn't be the first time that the NLRB pursued charges against a company for statements it made in the media. In one
We want to give aspiring citizens an opportunity to achieve the American Dream. We want an immigration policy that reflects our values. Speaker Boehner, we want a vote. Listen to your friend Paul Ryan. Listen to reason.
Just months before key ACA provisions go into effect, Obamacare is backfiring in multiple ways on a labor movement already battered and bruised. Contrary to repeated White House assurances, many unionized workers now face more, rather than fewer, health plan problems and costs.
This post has been updated with comment from Change to Win and the AFL-CIO. "UFCW is a great union and we wish them and their
WASHINGTON -- After leaving the nation's largest labor federation eight years ago, the United Food and Commercial Workers