Recent waves of layoffs shine a light on the systemic issues in the game industry and the post-graduation promises universities are making to students.
The success of students, the education system and the future of our communities depend on the learning that children receive in schools today.
In close races, support from the United Auto Workers and the rest of organized labor could prove decisive.
Chronically underfunded classrooms with fewer supports to meet student needs is a core issue for Saskatchewan teachers.
Two labor scholars argue that the balance of power between workers and employers, which has been tilted toward employers for nearly a half-century, is beginning to shift.
The rise in union support can be explained by the growing recognition people are having of their own disadvantages, and the anger they feel about it.
Unions have long advocated for a ban on replacement workers, arguing their use unduly shifts power to employers and gives the boss an unfair advantage in collective bargaining.
Domestic workers in Jamaica often experience low pay, poor working conditions and informal work arrangements. Here’s how unionization could change their situation.
With control over the Virginia Legislature at stake in the Nov. 7 election, the historic battle over what is taught in public schools remains a priority for both Democrats and Republicans.
On Oct. 11, 2023, a new memorial was unveiled at the site of the 1911 fire. A cadre of young Jewish women helped push for change in the wake of the tragedy.
History suggests that there’s risk of overplaying one’s hand when new technology is lurking.
What does it say about the online media ecosystem when the end of a 146-day strike is buried under headlines and posts about Swift’s budding romance with NFL star Travis Kelce?
While the digital landscape offers opportunities for unions to engage and mobilize supporters, it also presents challenges, including the risk of being marginalized in the vast online world.
With the TV writers and actors strikes leaving networks with little scripted content, the fall 2023 lineup will be saturated with low-cost reality TV shows like ‘The Voice.’
When it comes to picket lines, courts aim to uphold civil and property rights without jeopardizing workers’ freedom of expression.
Reality TV workers may not need their own union but they could benefit from joining existing unions serving the creative industries.
The chaos caused over the August bank holiday may well have been preventable.
Reuther was both ambitious and pragmatic, scoring many victories for autoworkers.
Trading the right to strike for binding interest arbitration is a minefield for unions.
Although work in journalism has never been a safe bet, it’s now rife with deepening uncertainty. The TVO strike aimed at job security is a matter of public interest.