A retired mail carrier moved an obscure struggle for health care coverage and overtime pay into the national spotlight.
Thousands of Oregon tenants are awaiting rent relief.
Portland’s members overwhelmingly shot the contract down. Their co-workers in other states overwhelmingly approved it.
Jesse Dreyer was picketing alongside bakers’ union members on Monday morning when he alleges he was pinned up against a van and struck repeatedly by a Huffmaster security guard.
The city’s going through a rough patch, but homebuyers don’t seem to care.
A series of photos and videos over the past two weeks show a shift in behavior.
Workers were originally supposed to return part time in September.
Strikers tell WW that a large bus with tinted windows rolls into the facility each morning before 6 and enters through a gate that’s then closed behind them.
The letter, obtained by WW, reads in part, “The catastrophic risks of approving this application cannot be overstated.”
Liz Shuler becomes the first woman and first Oregonian to lead the 12.5 million-member labor group.
The fund has generated far more money than even its most enthusiastic boosters imagined.
The labor dispute follows years of Mondelez cutting employee pensions and halving its unionized workforce by closing bakeries in New Jersey and Atlanta.
In other news: County won’t attempt vaccine mandate at venues.
Although many jobs remain unfilled, 5.2% of workers still can’t find one.
Nike had not released any public announcement about the name change as of Monday evening.