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.
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.
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.