Over 100 members of Congress have signed a letter to the Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian urging the company to not interfere with employees' efforts to form a union
Senate Bill 362 bars businesses that open shop in Georgia from receiving state incentives if they recognize labor unions, unless workers vote to unionize with a secret ballot.
Union members gathered at the Georgia Capitol this week to share a list demands from employees across the university system. They're focused on higher pay and funding for universities.
Thousands of Swedish workers are rallying behind 120 Tesla mechanics. The workers are boycotting Teslas until the company signs a contract. Even postal workers may stop delivering mail.
Workers at more than 200 U.S. Starbucks locations walked off the job Thursday in what organizers said was the largest strike yet in the two-year-old effort to unionize the company's stores.
Big 3 autoworkers are voting on the record contracts that emerged after the six-week auto strike. While the overall tallies so far favor the deals, a majority voted no at two major truck plants.
The tentative deal — which needs to be approved by members — comes less than a week after the union struck a similar deal with Ford. Meanwhile, the union is expanding its strike against GM.
Waffle House workers in Georgia are the latest group to demand better working conditions and fair pay. Local organizing is being led by the Union of Southern Service Workers.
A new exhibit, Fighting for Freedom, at Georgia State University in Atlanta explores the historic connection between labor unions and civil rights organizing in the South.
He was the lead adviser for the Obama administration when the government bailed out auto companies in 2009. Now, he is weighing in on the union strikes against the big 3 American automakers.
Seven Republicans will join the second GOP debate Wednesday but the front-runner, former President Donald Trump won't be one of them. Instead, Trump will head to Michigan to court autoworkers.
The former union electrician was an underdog in recent UAW leadership elections, but with a tough love approach to auto companies in negotiations, he narrowly won. Now he's taking the union on strike.
Bold union demands, bolstered by a tight labor market and frustration throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, are paying off in some sectors with significant raises for workers.
The Teamsters union reached a tentative deal with UPS, narrowly averting a nationwide strike. Rank-and-file union members are voting on whether to approve the contract.
Eight reporters in June signaled their intent to unionize, but several have since left.