Workers and allies join U.S. Senator Warren to fight for worker, consumer, and civil rights, demanding that Uber/Lyft drop their Proposition 22-copycat ballot measure and follow Mass law
Boston mayoral hopefuls to elucidate their positions on jobs and related issues that affect working families across Boston
“Our workers and staff deserve a living wage with benefits.”
Without a contract, we’d have no negotiating power. Without a union, we’d have no seat at the table.
Mass rideshare, delivery, and real estate industries gearing up propaganda campaigns to convince working people to vote against our own interests
I've been a Dig reader for a long time and read with interest your article on Amazon's low wages being subsidized with SNAP benefits (There's a Cure for Amazon's SNAP Abuse, DigBoston, March 23, 2021).
“As warmer weather comes, it’s important that we take the necessary steps to keep our streets clean.”
The workers, Unite Here Local 26 president Carlos Aramayo, and the political figure gathered outside the hotel on Tremont Street.
“I think most people agree that we want our public dollars to go to those companies that are not cutting corners.”
The labor movement needs to fight harder for justice for gig workers