Three More Starbucks Stores Vote to Unionize in Buffalo, New York
Three more Starbucks stores in Buffalo, New York have voted to unionize. The organizing drive is capturing the imagination of workers across the country.
Ernie GottaMarch 11, 2022
Nationwide Strike Round-up: Steelworkers, Nurses, and Auto Workers
A round-up of actions across the United States by steelworkers, nurses, and auto workers striking for health care, wage increases, safe staffing, and better contracts.
Ernie GottaMay 2, 2021
Nationwide Mobilizations Support Organizing Drive by Amazon Workers in Alabama
As the historic Amazon union vote continues in Alabama, workers and socialists across the country are showing their support.
Ernie GottaFebruary 28, 2021
Workers Protest Layoffs at Sheraton Stamford Hotel
Workers at Sheraton Stamford Hotel were recently laid off after the hotel was sold. These workers are now protesting hotel owners who have offered them nothing in the middle of an economic crisis.
Ernie GottaOctober 29, 2020
Connecticut Hotel Workers Fight Corporate Reopening
Hotel workers across Connecticut are protesting the state's reopening measures, which endanger workers' health and livelihoods in the middle of the ongoing pandemic. Members of Local 217 Unite Here delivered a set of demands to the governor's office in Hartford this week to say they won't risk their lives to protect hotel owners' profits.
Ernie GottaJune 18, 2020
¡Triunfo! Trabajadores del hotel Hilton en Stamford votaron “sí” formar un sindicato
Trabajadores del Hotel Hilton Stamford votaron abrumadoramente a favor de formar un sindicato. Con 110 votos a favor y solo cinco en contra, fue un gran triunfo que fortalece a los 120 trabajadores y les da la posibilidad de un mejor futuro.
Ernie GottaDecember 24, 2017
Victory! Hilton Workers in Stamford, CT Vote “Yes,” Form Union
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 over 120 workers.
Ernie GottaDecember 4, 2017