Voters in Pennsylvania have a choice of vision on workers' rights this November.
Workers from 10 parking lot operators are marching in Center City to protest low wages. One parking lot operator says it's city taxes that stop it from raising pay.
From labor to education to criminal justice, here's a look at how (and why) social justice groups are working in tandem to fight for issues they believe in.
We are at a point in history where we are seeing yet another opportunity to create change in the workplace through organizing in a union.
If an employer thinks a union is weaker because of Janus - financially or politically - it might embolden an employer to demand more, said employer-side lawyer Shannon Farmer of Ballard Spahr.
This Labor Day we must build a renewed sense of worker power through new forms of organizing and new policy solutions.
This week, nearly all six parking attendants will start parking cars at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania again, said 32BJ SEIU. They also got back pay.
Now more than ever, we need strong unions to fight back against ineffective and inhumane immigration policies that create a climate of terror at the workplace, criminalize workers, and endanger our future.
Six parking lot attendants, nearly all of them immigrants from Africa, were fired in June by their employer, Impark. Union 32BJ SEIU says it was retaliation for union activity. Impark has denied this.
Contract clauses known as "no-poaching agreements" are preventing employees from transferring to different franchises within the same company. Now, Pennsylvania and New Jersey state attorneys general are joining an investigation into the agreements.
If unions seek to thrive, they need to demonstrate to their membership their value.
AFSCME District Council 47 members will get pay raises in each year of the three-year deal
A pro-Janus ruling will have practical consequences. Government unions will likely be diminished but still potent political forces in Pennsylvania and elsewhere.