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UAW deal, Hollywood strike, Speaker Johnson
Worker strikes in South Korea and Iceland; new study reveals more widespread injuries in Amazon warehouses than previously known; new book on the illusion of the American dream.
Striking Los Angeles hotel workers reach a deal with a third hotel, and the United Automobile Workers celebrate nonunion autoworkers as future union family amid expanding strike at General Motors.
UAW strikes Stellantis' largest plant; LA hotels use unhoused migrants as strike-breakers; Biden seeks DOL funds to combat child labor crisis
Starbucks sues Starbucks Workers United for use of company's IP in support of Palestine; and Senate HELP Committee top Republican criticizes DOL's child labor response.
Biden nominee confirmed to lead EEOC; Starbucks managers found illegally threatening abortion-related benefits; doctors voted to form largest group of unionized of doctors in private sector.
Workers at Waffle House are pushing for a $25 hourly minimum wage; Canadian auto workers ratify a contract with General Motors; Private-sector doctors in Minnesota and Wisconsin vote to unionize.
California’s healthcare workers will have a $25 minimum wage; Microsoft’s purchase of Activision Blizzard nears completion and could lead to unionization; a report highlights recent organizing efforts at abortion services providers; and NLRB releases data on the past year’s ULP charges and election petitions.
Kaiser Permanente reaches a tentative agreement with 75,000 workers, SF public school teachers authorize a strike, and Michigan law allows retired teachers to go back to work while still collecting retirement benefits
UAW strike expands, actors' contract talks break down, strong labor market.