Ken GreenCEO & FounderUnionTrack There’s a shortage of electricians in the U.S. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), there will be about 80,000 jobs per year available for electricians over the next...
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Ken GreenCEO & FounderUnionTrack Strong automotive unions are a legacy of the labor movement in the U.S. These unions have ensured highly-skilled automotive workers are prioritized and protected in an industry that is always...
Although workers are gaining more rights in some states, they are losing ground in others where anti-labor state laws threaten workers’ rights and undermine unions.
While federal protections may be lagging, some states have stepped up for workers and passed pivotal pro-labor legislation.
Federal and state labor laws often conflict. To protect themselves on the job, everyone should be aware of all labor laws that apply to them.
The right to work myth: Right to work is a deceptive name for laws that do the opposite of protecting working people’s rights.
One of the best ways to judge the president’s commitment to working people is to follow what his Department of Labor does.
Workplace safety is a fundamental right. That’s why unions fight for safer working conditions for all workers.
Two recent federal initiatives see workers and unions suffering setbacks. These disappointing actions trample on workers’ rights.
Workers continue to win key union elections despite heavy opposition and strong union-busting campaigns from management.