When an employer fails to give their workers their earned wages, they are stealing labor from their workers.
Reviving the Southern Black Labor Movement
Southern Black workers have a long record of forming unions to press their demands for justice—we once again need to build power at work as we have in the past.
Know Your Rights: No-Recording Policies
A February 13 ruling by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) clarifies whether employees can be disciplined for recording conversations with management officials.
Workers of Color Made Up 100% of Union Growth in 2022
Black workers have continued leading unionization rates, at 12.8 percent, higher than the figure of total unionized workers.
NLRB’s Updated Make-Whole Remedy: Compensating Workers who are Victims of Labor Law Violations
A decision made in December 2022 set the bar much higher by saying that when an employee is the victim of labor law violations, they are owed more than just the direct compensation from their employer.
Quiz: Spot Union-Busting Tactics
We’ve put together a quiz to test your union-busting detection skills — do you have what it takes to dig through the jargon and spot the union-busting from your employer?