Employees jobs of the largest hotel in Boston could be in jeopardy
A "Frontline First" Labor Day event to support workers' rights
Labor and community groups are asking that American Rescue Plan funds be invested in frontline workers and communities disproportionately impacted by COVID
The mayor and UNITE HERE Local 26 will demand that hotel owners don't use the pandemic as an excuse to eliminate good jobs.
Speakers will address the importance of tipping and raising minimum wage.
Workers demanded the return of the PRO Act, the Massachusetts wage theft prevention act, and the supporting of gig workers' rights.
With platforms online and in print, the campaign serves as an outlet for reporters facing challenges at The Boston Globe.
From textiles to technology, and the American House to Amazon
This time, it was an infestation in the company’s third- and fourth-floor call centers at 294 Washington St in Downtown Crossing. The bed bugs issue, which has reportedly been a problem since April and continues to plague the company’s Boston offices, was the tipping point for SimpliSafe workers.
A general strike is called to cause serious economic disruption aimed at bringing corporations and the government to their knees on a single issue, a group of issues, or even to overthrow the current political economic system itself.