Mayor Bloomberg's anti-worker, anti-union bias again reared its ugly head when he and his DOE appointed head attacked school bus drivers and their union.
Referendum petitions continue to circulate in Ohio in an effort to put a so-called right-to-work initiative on the state ballot.
I spent so much time on picket lines as a kid that when I thought my dad's rules were too strict, I would run to build a sign on a stick and try to talk the neighbor kids into marching around the house with me.
On December 20, 2005, thousands of workers began what was to be a three-day strike of the New York City transit system over retirement, pension and wage issues.
Palermo's factory workers banded together and presented their employer with a petition stating their intent to unionize so they could effectively discuss issues of safety, health and wages.
The Supreme Court has said employers are responsible for ensuring there is no racial or sexual harassment, discrimination on the job, or "racially hostile" environments and so are their supervisors.
The November conviction of a non-union intercity bus driver on four manslaughter counts ignores the real problem drivers face.
Workers launched an unprecedented day of coordinated action across Europe Nov. 14, in the biggest fightback yet.
The other shoe - the legal one - has dropped in Wal-Mart's constant low pay and bad benefits for its workers.
What happens when you try to get Mitt Romney's attention at a campaign rally? The Republican's jeering tea party supporters call you communists.