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A Union Blitzed Starbucks. At Amazon, It’s a Slog.

Roughly six weeks after successful union votes at two Buffalo-area Starbucks stores in December, workers had filed paperwork to hold…

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Politics

House Votes to Extend Union Organizing Protections to Its Staff

WASHINGTON — The House voted on Tuesday to grant its aides the legal protections to form a union, the most…

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Business

Starbucks plans wage increases that won’t apply to unionized workers.

Starbucks announced Tuesday that it was raising pay and expanding training at corporate-owned locations in the United States. But it…

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World

Amazon Union Loses Vote at Second Staten Island Warehouse

The growing labor organizing efforts at Amazon were dealt a blow on Monday when workers voted by a wide margin…

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Business

The Revolt of the College-Educated Working Class

Over the past decade-and-a-half, many young, college-educated workers have faced a disturbing reality: that it was harder for them to…

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Politics

Labor’s Disenchantment in Ohio Puts Even Democratic Veterans at Risk

TOLEDO, Ohio — Representative Marcy Kaptur, the blue-collar daughter of this blue-collar city, is on the cusp of a milestone:…

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World

Union Vote Begins at Another Amazon Facility on Staten Island

About 1,500 workers at an Amazon sorting center on Staten Island will be eligible to vote in an election this…

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Business

Labor board issues complaint against Starbucks in firing of 7 workers.

The National Labor Relations Board issued a complaint against Starbucks on Friday for what the agency said was the unlawful…

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Business

Apple Store workers in Atlanta are the first to formally seek a union.

Employees at an Apple store in Atlanta filed a petition on Wednesday to hold a union election. If successful, the…

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World

Strike Is Averted as Doormen’s Union Reaches Contract Agreement

The union representing doormen and other workers in more than 3,000 apartment buildings in New York City reached a new…

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