4 March | A former Disney employee urges workers to fight for their rights and remember her co-worker Yeweinisht Mesfin who died homeless in her car.
1 March | Kim Moody’s latest book, On New Terrain, analyzes the current economic and political landscape as well as its present history and draws conclusions about the future of socialist (...)
James Dennis Hoff
23 February | On Wednesday, hundreds of thousands of workers participated in a massive labor march called for by the major Argentine unions.
La Izquierda Diario Argentina
23 February | Universities across the UK are on strike. What are lecturers, researchers, administrators, computer staffs, librarians and postgraduates fighting for?
20 February | Today negotiations have begun for the first contract at the Stamford Hilton. The union goes to the negotiation table with high spirits having built an organization that has not only maintained (...)
16 February | Over 2,700 workers seek union recognition at five different airports. The UNITE HERE campaign includes catering workers at airports in Newark, Cleveland, Houston, Denver and (...)
10 February | The workers have gone 20 months without a contract and are suffering illegal deductions from their paychecks and harassment by management.
La Izquierda Diario Venezuela
8 February | After days of historic strikes, the metalworkers' union in Germany ended its work stoppage, winning partial gains but at the expense of increased flexibility and a negotiated labor peace until (...)
10 January | Recent pension cuts backed by Argentine President Mauricio Macri have elicited vigorous popular protest.
Juan Cruz Ferre
22 December 2017 | A report from a semester of organizing at the CUNY Graduate Center.
Angela DunneConor Tomás Reed
18 December 2017 | French Holiday Inn workers joined workers from across Europe to protest work conditions and wages.
7 December 2017 | The Taylor Law is perhaps best known for its no-strike clause. But what exactly is the Taylor Law? How does it work? This second article in a three-part series describes and explains the law (...)
Tatiana CozzarelliFrancesca Gomes
4 December 2017 | Workers at the Hilton Stamford Hotel voted overwhelmingly today in favor of forming a union. With 110 for and only five against, it was a great victory for workers power and a better future for (...)
William LewisErnie Gotta
1 December 2017 | Adjunct professors make up over 50% of the national labor force in higher education, yet they struggle to make enough money to survive. Is this strictly an ethical question, or something (...)
27 November 2017 | On Black Friday, workers from the distributions centers in Germany and northern Italy went on strike to demand better salaries.
26 November 2017 | PSC-CUNY has called for a minimum salary of $7,000 per course for all faculty. Demands like this can lead to changes in the way universities are run, but the fight to win them lies in the hands (...)
21 November 2017 | A nurse recounts her daily experiences on the hospital floor.
6 November 2017 | The AFL-CIO passed a resolution that formally endorses Medicare for All, while at the same time it staunchly defends employer-based health insurance.
24 October 2017 | The Taylor Law bars public sector workers from going on strike. From a Marxist perspective, what do strikes mean? And how did this draconian law come about to begin with? This is the first of two (...)
22 September 2017 | Today the French President signed executive orders that will profoundly affect the life of millions of workers. Without blinking an eye, Emmanuel Macron is profoundly transforming labor (...)