Christian Smalls and Joseph Thompson are two of many young union organizers across the country who are reviving the U.S. labor movement.
There is a resurgence of labor unions in the U.S. as younger, white-collar, digital-savvy workers are revitalizing the labor movement.
The face of the labor movement is changing as younger, more educated, and professional workers are unionizing in industries traditionally hostile to unions.
The federal government continues to demonstrate its commitment to advancing the rights of workers and strengthening unions.
Supported by Starbucks Workers United, workers at hundreds of Starbucks locations in the U.S. are battling intense union-busting campaigns to organize.
NLRB General Counsel Jennifer Abruzzo is launching multiple initiatives at the Board in an effort to expand workplace protections for workers.
The Department of Labor launched the M-POWER and trucking-industry registered apprenticeship program initiatives. Here’s where they stand.
Unionization efforts by workers across the country show no signs of slowing down. Here are four successful union drives from spring 2022.
The first generation of digital natives is entering the workforce. Unions must use digital communication tools to connect with them.
Informal spaces such as Reddit forums, Instagram channels, and Discord servers have become critical tools for worker organizing in the labor movement.
Unions can grow their memberships by helping the next generation of workers find rewarding careers. Connecting with them early is key to that relationship.