It’s been seven months since President Biden took office. Is he making progress for workers and demonstrating that he’s a pro-union president?
Author: Ken Green
Pro-Union Business: Secretly Group and Norse Atlantic Airways Benefit From Positive Labor Relationships
At a pro-union business, the company and workers both benefit. Secretly Group and Norse Atlantic Airways are examples of this unique dynamic.
Workers are hesitant to return to work when they don’t earn enough to live on. They need unions to protect them from ever-shrinking wages.
Unions don’t just negotiate wages. They are also fighting to secure paid family and medical leave for all workers in the U.S.
Workers in the gig economy need the support of unions in their continued efforts to organize and gain workplace protections.
Despite both success and setback, the Fight for $15 continues as lawmakers try to pass federal legislation that would raise minimum wage.
Through its policies and actions, the Biden administration is proving to be one of the most pro-union administrations in recent history.
Union organizing of white collar workers at big tech companies is gaining momentum with the support and resources of labor unions.
Elements of President Biden’s proposed American Jobs Plan align closely with key issues in the labor movement.
The labor movement picked up notable wins after workers at these three companies voted to unionize this spring.