Workers at Riot Games recently staged a walkout to end the practice of forced arbitration. This could have far-reaching impacts on nonunion industries.
When unions are weaker, the wage gap between the highest and lowest earners is wider. This explains why the current wage gap is one of the worst in history.
With the support of union leaders, video game developers have taken steps to unionize an industry that has been traditionally anti-union.
Unions go digital: Internet organizing is no longer a choice, but a necessity. Labor leaders must embrace digital technologies to grow and progress.
Unions received a boost of support in the legislature when a number of union-friendly Congresspersons were elected to serve in the 2018 midterms.
A Democratic majority in the U.S. House has the opportunity to fight back against anti-union legislation that has flourished during the Trump presidency.
Media coverage of union activities has a history of being negative or non-existent, but unions can change this by adopting social media engagement.
Artists unions empower creative professionals in their fight against a gig economy for improved working conditions, fair treatment and fair pay.
Healthcare is a big issue for Americans, and unions have long fought for worker healthcare rights by lobbying legislators and pushing policies.
Silicon Valley unions have been met with resistance, but more tech workers are starting to organize to bring unions to the tech industry.
The Janus ruling did have an impact on public-sector unions, but it wasn’t nearly the death blow that many thought it would be.