Journalists at 11 Alden papers in Southern California vote to unionize - Poynter
Journalists at the Southern California News Group, which includes 11 papers owned by hedge fund Alden Global Capital, have voted to unionize 64-19.
Food Trucks Roll Back into Downtown San Francisco Next Week
After more than a yearlong hiatus, food trucks are rolling back downtown next week, scheduled to coincide with California's official June 15 reopening.
Dandelion Chocolate lays off a number of employees cuts hours - Mission Local
Dandelion Chocolate on Thursday initiated layoffs and cuts that will affect about 40 percent of the company.
Pavement Coffeehouse Could Become the First Unionized Cafe in Massachusetts
Workers at Pavement Coffeehouse, a Boston-area chain that operates eight cafes and a coffee roastery, are forming a union.
College Athletes Often Go Hungry. Sanders and Murphy Want to Fix That.
Senators Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont) and Chris Murphy (D-Connecticut) introduced a bill Thursday to grant college athletes the right to collectively bargain and organize.
Amazon Brings Its Shady Anti-Union Tactics to Staten Island Unionization Effort
Just over a month after Amazon successfully shut down its Bessemer, Alabama, warehouse workers' attempt to unionize, reporters have already found evidence of the company using its shady union-busting tactics on a new target: Amazon warehouse workers trying to form a union in Staten Island, New York.
'No one thinks about them': janitors get organized in south Florida
anitors in Florida are fighting to organize a union through the Justice for Janitors campaign as the predominantly immigrant and women of color workforce have faced severely low wages, poor working conditions and lax safety protections during the pandemic.