Labor

Insurance Companies are Destroying New York's Home Care Industry
“Year after year, they’ve been pocketing money meant for home care workers.”
Lily Meyersohn
“We’re Calling Bullshit”: Why Museum Workers Keep Unionizing
In Philadelphia and across the country, the movement to organize cultural workers just keeps growing.
Mindy Isser
We Shouldn’t Have to Work Ourselves to Death
Why raising the retirement age is a very bad idea.
Christopher R. Martin
France’s Pension Protests Are a Feminist Reckoning
As France heads into its eleventh general strike in three months, one thing is clear: this is not just a retirees' uprising.
Nina Pasquini
What Unionized Starbucks Workers Think of Howard Schultz’ Testimony to Bernie Sanders
Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz was grilled over alleged union busting in front of a congressional committee this week. That's not something you normally see in Washington.
Saurav Sarkar
How Kathy Hochul Abandoned Home Care Workers
Hochul broke her promise, but home care advocates are still fighting to make sure New York "takes care of the people who take care of people."
Lily Meyersohn
There Is Power in a Pantry
Meet the women who nourished the longest strike in Alabama’s history.
Kim Kelly
Make One Big Higher Ed Union
Campus workers are organizing more than anyone else. It's time for them to unify.
Hamilton Nolan
“If They Strike, We Won’t Cross the Picket Line”: LA Teachers And Service Workers Unite
The school district's service workers announced plans to begin a three-day strike on Tuesday. The teachers union has their back.
Megan Giovannetti and Jasmin Joseph
IT'S OFFICIAL: Reformer Shawn Fain Wins the UAW Presidency, Talks Plans with Steven Greenhouse in Exclusive Interview
“We need to run contract campaigns where we engage the membership and go after their demands. We haven’t done this in my lifetime.”
Steven Greenhouse
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