Employees at the Staten Island facility spoke about what they called problematic workplace conditions at a press conference in front of New York City Hall.
Journalists at Baltimore Sun Media Group community newspapers are asking parent company Tribune Publishing to voluntarily recognize a union.
The National Labor Relations Board has found more evidence that Johns Hopkins Hospital officials have restricted the rights of nurses trying to unionize.
The two papers, The Virginian-Pilot in Norfolk and the Daily Press in Newport News, are owned by Chicago-based Tronc Inc.
Cecil Roberts, 71, is known as a fiery, passionate speaker and has battled in recent years to protect retired union worker pensions as the coal industry has slumped. He has led civil disobedience protests that sometimes end with him and other union miners being arrested.
Organizers say nurses at Johns Hopkins Hospital are overworked and underpaid compared with counterparts elsewhere and could form a union.
Metro is arguing in court that, for safety’s sake, its anti-fatigue policy must take precedent over unionized workers’ choice to work a seventh straight day.
A push to block any changes to Confederate monuments or memorials fell short in Virginia’s General Assembly this week after some heated debate.
By MICHAEL TARM Associated Press CHICAGO (AP) — The National Labor Relations Board on Monday threw out a historic ruling that gave Northwestern University football players the go-ahead to form the nation’s first college athletes’…
The union representing civilian police officers at the Washington Navy Yard says the base was undermanned because of budget cuts related to the Defense Base Closure and Realignment Commission.
Red Emma\’s is a bookstore, coffeehouse and cafe in Baltimore
collectively owned by 14 workers and operates on workplace democracy — the idea that
workers can be their own bosses.
Virginia lawmakers are considering a bill that would ban the forced use of unions in the state, which some say would keep costs on public projects from soaring even higher and help a larger segment of the unemployed.
The three-part series "The making of Marion Barry" looks at how the future mayor got his start in the civil rights movement, how he became a power player in the city and his enduring legacy.