Mischa Gaus is an editor of Labor Notes magazine, the largest independent union publication in the United States.
The Economist’s Absurd Attack on ‘Spoiled’ Public-Sector Workers
Korean Workers get Sirius
Female factory workers wage three-year strike against satellite radio manufacturer.
No Match? No Mas!
The Department of Homeland Security is trying to force employers to either fire workers whose names and Social Security numbers don't match. Widespread job loss often results when the government dons its immigration-enforcement blinders
The Olympic Hustle
Chicagoans are already beginning to fear what hosting the 2016 Summer Games might do to their city
Interrogations Behind Barbed Wire
Who's to blame for America's new torture techniques?
Starbucks Gets Wobbly
Embattled baristas at the coffee giant turn to the Industrial Workers of the World for solidarity unionism
Students vs. Sweatshops, Round III
The Designated Supplier Program targets college clothing companies
Hey Millennials, Debt Becomes You
Twenty-somethings face a life of looming loans
A Legal Limbo
Shooting Down the Breeze
The promise of wind power has been impeded by species-protection scandals and a lack of public trust
New Fair Trade Model Needed
Sweeping changes in the export of textiles have forced a difficult reappraisal among U.S. sweatshop monitors: How best to help workers in a relentless industry?
A new trade proposal would place local sovereignty in the hands of multinationals
Striking unionists battle Coke and paramilitaries
Praxis Needs Practice
Soft drink giant to review union deaths
The Maturing Movement Against Sweatshops
Supporting Young Thinkers
For many poor students, college remains only a dream