American Federation of Teachers President Randi Weingarten is a visible and vocal leader in the labor movement advocating for education and social reforms.
Working moms have been disproportionately impacted by the pandemic as they struggle to balance work and child care duties.
Technology companies have rolled out aggressive anti-labor tactics during the pandemic. Tech workers have turned to unions to push back.
Workers at an Alabama Amazon facility are participating in a historic union drive to join the RWDSU with the results announced tomorrow.
Teachers unions continue to negotiate for a healthy and safe return to classrooms, and a fair and productive working environment in the new normal.
The travel industry has been devastated by the pandemic. Airline, cruise, and hotel workers have turned to their unions for help during this difficult time.
Union workers have labored hard throughout the pandemic to make crucial COVID-fighting equipment to overcome supply shortages.
The COVID-induced mental health struggles of workers is an issue that unions are helping their members to address and overcome.
Healthcare workers, facing a lack of workplace protections, are organizing. Can healthcare unions capitalize on that momentum?
The NLRB’s new proposed privacy rule could adversely affect unions by limiting organizers’ access to eligible employee voters.
University workers are front-line workers, and many have had to take action to secure better workplace protections during the COVID-19 pandemic.