The National Labor Relations Board issued the following statement on a major judicial decision against Starbucks: On March 1, 2023, NLRB Administrative Law Judge Michael A. Rosas issued a decision finding Starbucks had violated the National Labor Relations Act hundreds of times to affect workers’ organizing efforts through “egregious and widespread misconduct demonstrating a general disregard for the employees’ fundamental rights.”
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Tesla workers launch union campaign at Buffalo, NY plant.
Teamsters: A sleeping American giant now spoiling for a fight
Mr. O’Brien, 49, became the first new president in 23 years to take the helm of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters – a 1.4 million member union that represents professions from warehouse workers to freight drivers – and he has made it known that he is aching for a fight.
Tens of millions more wanted to join a union, but couldn’t
Republic Services, union reach 'tentative' agreement for Vegas valley workers
Strike averted: Republic Services, union reach ‘tentative’ agreement for Vegas valley workers
Republic Services and a union representing Las Vegas valley sanitation workers have reached an agreement that avoids a potential workers’ strike.
What CCSD & Tesla have in common: Both employ a lot of Medicaid recipients
Amazon, Walmart and Clark County School District topped the list of employers with the most workers enrolled in Nevada Medicaid.
4 jobs or 3 roommates needed to make rent on federal minimum wage, Zillow says
Renters at the lowest end of the income spectrum are struggling to find affordable places to live amid a nationwide housing shortage that has driven rent prices up and made nagging inflation even harder to absorb.
This Company Spent More Than $1 Million On Union-Busting Consultants
When Cemex truck drivers in Las Vegas and Southern California decided to join the Teamsters in 2018, the ready-mix concrete company did all it could to stop them. Cemex quickly hired a “union avoidance” firm that it would pay more than $1 million to try to dissuade workers from organizing.
Union membership not only increases wealth for working-class families but also narrows racial wealth gaps and offers a path to the middle class
An inter-union alliance of rail workers says the train wreck happened due to antiquated regulation and corporate malpractice.