Advocates of right-to-work legislation are turning workers away from unions, which is weakening the collective power of unions and the rights of workers.
Unions can improve workplace diversity and inclusion by securing meaningful D&I provisions in collective bargaining agreements.
A union informational, where union leaders meet with non-union workers, is key for preliminary organizing. But NLRB rules and employers don’t make it easy.
When the cost of living rises, workers can struggle. That’s why unions must address cost-of-living adjustments in contract negotiations.
Manufacturing industry unions, like the UAW, are suffering the effects of the growth of nonunion foreign-owned manufacturing facilities.
The International Union of Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers (BAC) is the oldest continually operating union in the U.S. — and still going strong after 155 years.
Anti-union rhetoric is an oppositional force that unions fight when organizing. These communication tactics ensure union messaging reaches workers.
The American South has fewer unionized workers than any other region in the U.S. Labor leaders need to rethink organization drives at Southern workplaces.
The recent UAW-GM workers strike is an example of how impactful it can be to contract negotiations when workers unite together in solidarity.
Chicago Teachers Union reached a deal on a new contract addressing working conditions and social justice in Chicago Public Schools after an 11-day strike.
Solidarity is the essence of unions. When unions unite, their campaigns have more strength to make greater impacts, as demonstrated by these partnerships.