The requirements of the theater, and the constant physical and emotional risks facing performers, have many demanding their basic needs as humans.
After his predecessors’ imprisonment, the union’s president is being challenged for re-election in the first direct vote by its membership.
Jeff Bezos’ successor has set himself apart with a hands-on approach in Washington.
College-educated workers are driving a spike in union organizing.
The horsemen, courtiers, stablehands and other performers at ye olde New Jersey tourist attraction formed a new kind of medieval guild when they voted to unionize.
A deadline looms on an international draft, but players from Latin America, who would be affected more than anyone, are largely absent from union leadership.
Pilots feel frustrated and overworked, issues that they say the air travel rebound has magnified by disrupting operations.
A union leader on the Brooklyn docks disappeared 81 years ago, presumably murdered by the mob.
At a time of rampant inflation and wage stagnation, Mick Lynch, the force behind Britain’s largest railway strikes in three decades, has found success that has surprised even his colleagues.
West Coast longshoremen and port operators say they’re determined to reach an agreement, but truckers and retailers relying on cargo are uneasy.
Travel was disrupted for tens of millions of people during the country’s biggest walkout in decades as union leaders warned of a summer of labor unrest.
Gov. Hochul is expected to handily win next week’s primary. But some allies worry her campaign is failing to energize key voters for November’s election.
Tens of millions of Britons will find traveling difficult or impossible during the biggest walkout in decades, as union leaders warn of a summer of labor unrest.
Jaz Brisack became a barista for the same reasons that talented young people have long chosen their career paths: a mix of idealism and ambition.
Roughly two-thirds of employees at the store in Towson, Md., voted to join the union.
The workers, at a store in western Massachusetts, cited health and safety concerns and cuts to benefits at the grocery chain.
A bill approved by state lawmakers to shrink New York City class sizes would cost millions, and its passage reignited a longstanding debate about whether the move would help students as intended.
Weary from the pandemic and pressured by inflation, retail employees of the tech giant are holding votes on whether to unionize.
At a hearing, a federal judge granted the officials more time to address rampant violence and disorder inside the city jail system.
Employees at a company subsidiary complain about long hours and low pay. On Monday, they could vote to form the first union at a big U.S. gaming company.
Why has the union campaign spread so much further at the coffee chain than at the e-commerce giant?
The initiative was announced as labor organizers have won initial votes at more than 50 stores, including several this week.
The results were a setback for the upstart Amazon Labor Union, which won a landmark victory last month at a larger Amazon warehouse nearby.
What the explosion of union membership during the 1930s can tell us about today’s revival.
As unions decline and their members maintain their affections for Donald J. Trump, Democrats like Representative Marcy Kaptur find their base of support eroding quickly.
Since the Great Recession, the college-educated have taken more frontline jobs at companies like Starbucks and Amazon. Now they’re helping to unionize them.
A debate on how unions build power today and whether politicians — particularly Democrats — are still behind them.
The company and its new union share the same problem.
Employees of a nonunion production are seeking improved compensation and safety protocols, saying a union version of the same musical pays better.
What does it mean when the labor movement is embraced by the so-called media elite?
The company listed a series of complaints against an upstart union’s organizing efforts. Both Amazon and another union noted objections to another vote in Alabama.
Readers discuss a Bret Stephens column about whether or not Vladimir Putin miscalculated. Also: The Amazon union vote; treatment for sex offenders.
The success of an independent drive has organized labor asking whether it should take more of a back seat.
“By the way, Amazon, here we come. Watch,” the president said. But the White House quickly said his remarks did not mean the government would get formally involved.
It’s the biggest victory for organized labor in a generation. Was it a fluke or the start of a new era of labor activism?
President Emmanuel Macron vowed an economic revival, but as he seeks re-election, a Potemkin factory in the town where he was raised shows just how hard that can be.
The successful organization of a warehouse in Staten Island offers a real glimmer of hope for the American working class.
Why a pro-union vote at Amazon may be a big deal.
A contentious lockout came in the middle of an off-season with record spending. The gaps between the richest and poorest clubs have only grown wider.
The company’s crackdown on a worker protest in New York backfired and led to a historic labor victory.
The strike at an Alabama coal mine is one of the longest in U.S. history. To make ends meet, some striking miners have picked up work at an Amazon warehouse. It’s the same warehouse where workers are trying to unionize.
Amazon workers on Staten Island have created the company’s first union. The government needs to make it easier for others to follow.
Despite heavy lobbying by the company, workers at the facility voted by a wide margin for a union. It was seen as a rebuke of the company’s treatment of its employees.
The vote was much closer than another unionization vote taken at the facility last year.
The union will cover more than 500 employees from all of Condé Nast’s brands, except the four publications that have already unionized.
The two-day strike, involving both public and private sector workers, was called to protest the Modi government’s economic policies, including a privatization plan.
With the contract of union workers at West Coast ports nearing expiration, the prospect of a labor impasse threatens another shock to the global economy.
The agreement would resolve a standoff that had closed schools for nearly three weeks.
Why 2022 really isn’t much like 1980.
New York officials object to their neighbor’s move to eliminate an agency that was created to keep organized crime off the local docks.