Marjorie Cohn goes over a case involving a 2017 Teamsters strike against a concrete company in Seattle that is now before the High Court’s pro-corporate super majority.
Tag: National Labor Relations Board
Starbucks CEO: Wage Hikes for Non-Union Workers
Discussing benefits and wage hikes that would not automatically apply to organized workers is a common union-busting tactic, Jake Johnson reports.
US National Labor Board’s Budget Squeeze
More funding – not just in fiscal year 2023, but right now – is needed to defend the right to organize and enforce labor law against increasingly hostile employers, writes C.M. Lewis.
Amazon Lashes Back in Staten Island Warehouses
Given the anti-organizing tactics ahead of a second, April 25, union vote in New York City, Luis Feliz Leon says the ALU needs all the labor-movement support it can get.
Chris Hedges: Let Us Now Praise Amazon Unionists
We must not underestimate this victory. It is only by rebuilding unions and carrying out strikes that we will halt the downward spiral of the working class.
Amazon, Starbucks & a New US Union Movement
To reverse the long-term decline in union membership, John Logan says pro-union workers will need stronger protections.
Mental Health Workers in US Won a Safety Strike
The labor action against a for-profit facility in Tukwila, Washington, followed a patient’s attack on staff in August, Sarah Hughes reports.