In August GEICO sent out an email warning its Buffalo employees that union representatives were visiting workers’ homes and they “had every right to contact the police,” Jonah Furman reports.
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Unionism in US Keeps Spreading
Home Depot is the latest workplace being organized. While profits at the home-repair chain have broken records during the pandemic, workers at a store in Philadelphia struggle to afford necessities, Jonah Furman reports.
Workers to Strike Arms Manufacturer
On Monday, 2,500 workers who make fighter jets, missiles and drones are set to begin the largest U.S. manufacturing strike since last year’s showdown at John Deere, Jonah Furman reports.
US Auto Workers Poised to Make History
The nominating process at the convention will test whether reformers can break the grip of the Administration Caucus, which has ruled the union for 70 years, writes Jonah Furman.