In 2018, teachers across the country fought for better salaries and funding for schools with the help of unions. The teacher strikes will continue in 2019.
The landscape post-Janus has many unanswered questions, and unions still open to litigation that seeks to weaken their strength.
Ken Green CEO/Founder UnionTrack, Inc. The longest government shutdown in history finally ended after 35 days. And, as NPR’s Jessica Taylor reports, the end came as the nation’s security and infrastructure were pushed to...
Among labor’s biggest enemies are fake news and misleading misinformation. But unions are fighting back with truth and unity.
Millennials are the majority of the US workforce — and they’re pro-organized labor. Here’s how unions can adapt outreach strategies for these key allies.
These next generation of young labor leaders are already assuming leadership positions and using those positions to encourage others to be union advocates.
Air travel unions were instrumental in pushing legislators to end the January 2019 shutdown thanks to deep member engagement via social media and protests.
The workforce is more diverse than ever, and unions should be employing tactics to build more inclusive memberships to reflect that diversity.
The labor strike has evolved with the changing workforce, today unions use technology and embrace digital tools to modernize their organizing efforts.
When schools omit labor history from American history, they put students at a disadvantage when they enter the workforce. Unions can help overcome this.
Independent contractors are having to fight for collectively bargaining rights against unfair labor practices. Here’s a look at their battle for equality.