This week’s update includes the latest on U.S. Supreme Court cases which could have a huge impact on LGBTQ workers, a call to action to support OSEA members in Tigard-Tualatin schools, a new low for anti-union ‘think tank’ the Freedom Foundation, help bring Major League Baseball to Portland, and a comprehensive summary of our 2019 Convention from the Northwest Labor Press.
This week’s update includes an important notice from UFCW Local 555 to stop boycotting Fred Meyer stores, the latest from the strike at General Motors, a new Oregon AFL-CIO podcast episode and how a new overtime rule is hurting working people’s wallets.
This week’s update includes a recap of the 56th Oregon AFL-CIO Convention, the latest from UFCW Local 555’s fight at Fred Meyer, and our most recent podcast episode.
This week’s update includes the massive UAW strike at General Motors, a recap from an exciting action to fix the gap at Fred Meyer, 2019 Oregon AFL-CIO Convention, and exposing Eugene Scalia.
This week’s update features IAFF commemoration of September 11th, the latest from UFCW’s fight for a fair contract and equal pay, and an important event on Friday, September 13th to support nurses in Corvallis.
This week’s update includes our new podcast episode, the latest news in our fight against self-checkout machines at Oregon grocery stores, Labor Day & PERS, and an update about the fight for a new NAFTA that works for all working people.
Despite the success of unions in Oregon, we are living through a period of rising income inequality and declining power for the average person. The economic gains of the last decade have largely benefited the very rich, while the majority of Americans saw modest gains, overshadowed by rising costs.
This week’s update includes the latest from UFCW Local 555’s struggle for a fair contract, Labor Day picnics, our fight for fair pay for women at Fred Meyer, Stagehands at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival need your help, and a rundown of recent big worker wins nationwide.
This week’s update includes the latest from our campaign to Fix the Gap at Fred Meyer, remembering the passing of an AFSCME member in Benton County, take action for a new NAFTA, and an interesting perspective on the labor movement from The New Yorker.
This week’s update includes good news from OHSU, a call to action to support Astoria nurses, the latest on the campaign to fix the gap at Fred Meyer and why America is ready for a labor union comeback.