7 December | 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 | 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 | 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 | On Black Friday, workers from the distributions centers in Germany and northern Italy went on strike to demand better salaries.
26 November | 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 (...)
James Dennis Hoff
21 November | A nurse recounts her daily experiences on the hospital floor.
6 November | The AFL-CIO passed a resolution that formally endorses Medicare for All, while at the same time it staunchly defends employer-based health insurance.
Juan Cruz Ferre
24 October | 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 | 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 (...)
9 September | After the August 22 rally called by the Argentinian General Confederation of Labor (CGT), Left Voice sat down with Camilo Mones, a member of the shop steward committee at the Pepsi factory in (...)
16 August | PepsiCo is a multinational corporation with a woman CEO, awarded for multiculturalism in her company. The women in a PepsiCo factory in Argentina are facing off against PepsiCo, demonstrating (...)
4 August | Strike and demonstrations against low pay take place in Central London.
3 August | Nissan uses race baiting and threats to try to stop workers from unionizing.
31 July | B&H Workers, we are with you! That is the cry of solidarity heard during the weekly pickets of workers and solidarity organizations every Friday and Sunday at the doors of B&H Photo Video (...)
13 July | Workers are violently evicted from an occupation by the Macri government in defense of the US corporation, PepsiCo.
12 July | Last night, PepsiCo workers defended the factory occupation and at least for the night, kept the police away. How did they do it?
11 July | The following excerpts from the Social Statute of the Sindicato de Obreros y Empleados Ceramistas de Neuquén (SOECN - Ceramic Workers’ Union of Neuquén) demonstrate how to organize a democratic (...)
Sindicato de Obreros y Empleados Ceramistas de Neuquén
8 July | Camilo Mones is a PepsiCo worker, member of the shop-floor committee within the factory and leader of the Bordó opposition caucus of the Food Industry Workers' Union (...)
7 July | Sign the petition to support Argentine PepsiCo workers who are occupying their factory in defense of their jobs!
7 July | After Marisa Holmes was illegally fired from CUNY TV, union representatives, students and co-workers gathered to support the re-hiring of Holmes and the rights of all CUNY (...)