The nurses reached an agreement that will allow them to return to their original positions and see improvements in staffing
‘DON’T MOURN, ORGANIZE!’
Why Janus might actually be good for the American labor movement
The Supreme Court issued a decision last week that will have profound consequences for American working people. In Janus v. AFSCME ...
TALK OF MORE WILDCAT TEACHER STRIKES PUTS PUBLIC ED AT THE VANGUARD OF PROTEST
“Most newly mobilized teachers aren’t ruling out a strike but feel it needs to be the last option on the menu."
LABOR PAINS: A WEEK AFTER THE TUFTS LOCKOUT, PENSIONS KEEP NURSES AND HOSPITAL AT ODDS AS BARBS CONTINUE TO FLY
"Management’s goal was clearly to carve off a bigger segment of nurses, but they failed to do so. In the end, it really only made the union stronger."
STRIKE. IRON. HOT.
You don't need a union to take action for justice on the job
UMASS CAMBRIDGE: MAKING HARVARD UNIVERSITY PUBLIC WILL SOLVE ITS WORKERS’ PROBLEMS—AND THE COMMONWEALTH’S HIGHER ED CRISIS
If you really want to help the Harvard dining hall workers and much of the population of Massachusetts in the bargain, help start political movements to demand structural reform of the state university system.
ECONOMIC VIOLENCE: VERIZON CUTS OFF HEALTH CARE BENEFITS TO STRIKERS AND THEIR FAMILIES
That’s why Verizon's union workers are on strike. It’s gotten to the point where they have no choice
STRIKE MATTERS: VERIZON’S UNION EMPLOYEES FIGHT FOR THE FUTURE OF THE AMERICAN WORKING CLASS
The general public may be aware that 39,000 unionized Verizon workers (out of a total of 178,000) have been out on strike for a few days—including many here in Boston. But the vast majority of onlookers don’t understand the stakes.