Law. Workers. Organizing.
Cooling labor market, Amazon investigations, and tech layoffs.
Prof. Block on how employers' refusal to bargain harms the labor movement
Prof. Sachs on how though "policies in Washington have made it very difficult for workers to organize; at the moment, workers are defying those fierce headwinds."
OnLabor will be taking a break from its daily News & Commentary coverage until the New Year.
A lookback at a historic year of unionizing at Starbucks and across the tech industry
The migrant-labor system that built Qatar World Cup 2022, why the holidays are not so great a time for retail workers, and the TikTokers trying to make going to the office cool again
Like many readers, OnLabor is concerned about developments at Twitter. So we are beginning to shift our social media activities to new sites.
Huge UC grad-student strike begins; Labor Department uncovers disturbing child-labor violations; Twitter layoffs continue
Prof. Sachs on how employers can benefit from unions, explaining how unions "open up a new line of communication between management and workers" and how voluntary recognition "can be faster and less acrimonious" than using the NLRB process
A deep dive on the UAW’s first presidential election, another update on the Starbucks labor movement, and some history — on graduate-student labor unions and labor cats.