Those working in union jobs are much more likely to have access to health insurance and to take it as well.
The U.S. Supreme Court, as expected, last week decided to hear a case in the next few months that would threaten the ability of unions to collect “fair share” fees from non-member public sector workers for the services they provide them.
New Economic Policy Institute report shows how decline of union membership has hurt working Americans.
Teamsters join with other unions to force a 2018 vote on anti-worker legislation.
At a time when GOP argues it's in touch with workers, measure calling for end of prevailing wage says otherwise.
Global march serves as vehicle to again raise the importance of gender wage equality among other issues.
As some state lawmakers attempt to crack down on collective bargaining for public sector workers, union members let them know employees won't go quietly.
Declining union density has resulting in workers making as much as $3,000 less than they did in 1979.