Despite a relative win for recycling workers, living wage advocates pledge to keep on fighting
For the first time in the city’s history, Boston’s living wage ordinance might finally get applied to low-paid workers sorting the city’s recycling ...
Boston is aiming to achieve “zero waste,” which some say can create more living-wage jobs. Is part of this lofty goal rooted in the region’s dirtiest hypocrisy?
Evolving the way the world moves … beyond Uber (and Lyft)
“I am fighting for a decent paycheck. I never thought I would be in the streets protesting, but I can’t survive on what I make now.”
What doesn't make sense is why SEIU pulled out 500 people onto a chilly windswept hill in suburban New Hampshire to protest for a laudable reform that their chosen presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton, absolutely does not support.
New Hampshire activists ask for “platform based on community’s needs”