BlueCollarWriter Labor News Update


Labor News Update - 08/22/2023

#HotLaborSummer Strike Coverage

SAG-AFTRA & WGA To Hold "National Day Of Solidarity' Rally On Tuesday

Poll Shows 67% of Americans Surveyed Support the WGA and SAG-AFTRA Strikes

Amid Multi-Prong Hollywood Strike, Netflix Refuses To Meet With Korean Actors Union

The clock is ticking toward September 14 at midnight, when the Auto Workers’ contracts with the Big 3 automakers expire. The new leaders of the UAW have come out swinging, and in quickly growing numbers, members are stepping up to prepare for a strike.

Ford union hosts strike authorization vote at Louisville Assembly and Kentucky Truck Plant

Stellantis has threatened to move Ram 1500 production to Mexico, union leader says

Union members light up support for Wabtec strike with John Fetterman visit

Labor News

ANALYSIS: Unions, on a Roll, Are Reeling in the Workers — Labor unions successfully organized more than 58,000 workers through the National Labor Relations Board’s election process in the first six months of 2023, a massive influx of workers on a scale that we’ve rarely seen before—but that we’re likely to see again.

CWA Members Take Over Airports with Rallies for Fair Contracts

Meet the Left YouTubers Blowing Up the Alt-Right Pipeline

Navy shipbuilders' union approves 3-year labor pact at Bath Iron Works

All four BCTGM Local's rejected Amalgamated's latest offer on Friday

SEIU reaches a tentative contract agreement for California state workers

American Airlines pilots approve new contract -union

Pittsburgh Union Progress: Interning at a Strike Newspaper Taught Me About Labor Rights and Journalism

NLRB News, Updates & Summaries

Pro-Union Shift Expected With Labor Board Member’s Pending Exit

Amazon Illegally Called Police on Employees, Restricted Union Talk, Labor Board Alleges

Politics, Legislation & Government

ICYMI School Voucher Groups Come in To Try To Save Daniel Cameron's Struggling Kentucky Gubernatorial Campaign

The Inflation Reduction Act's clean energy provisions are already helping Wisconsin

A union’s attempt to recall one of Oregon’s top legislative Democrats came down to the wire, with United Food and Commercial Workers Local 555 turning in close to 4,000 signatures to the Oregon Secretary of State’s Office before a 5 p.m. Monday deadline.

SAG-AFTRA, WGA & Union Coalition Praise Bills In New York That Would Bar Recipients Of State’s Film Tax Credits From Using AI To Displace Workers

Workplace Safety & Health

In West Virginia, a push for stronger regulations to fight the new epidemic of black lung afflicting Central Appalachian miners. 

Jobs, Business & Economy

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