Some of the best labor stories of the week gathered, summarized, and hyperlinked for your convenience. Have a great weekend! Captive no more? 106 labor scholars recently petitioned the National Labor Relations Board to balance the scales in union elections by requiring that when employers hold captive audience meetings to oppose unionization drives, they set aside […]
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The Big Short is a fantastic film that brilliantly depicts the greed and recklessness on Wall Street that led to the Great Recession. Yet as former Ohio Attorney General Marc Dann reminds us in this week’s Working-Class Perspective, the devastating impact of the home mortgage finance crisis is still being felt by working-class homeowners in America, and the […]
Did you play in the snow and neglect labor news this week? No worries, we’ve assembled some of the best labor stories for you to catch up on. Justice for faculty at Loyola! Following a contentious unionization drive where the university claimed a religious exemption to federal labor law and aggressively lobbied faculty members, non-tenure-track faculty […]