As mail volumes plummet, unions push Congress for relief

Postal workers, letter carriers are fighting for their jobs – and worried about their health.

On Workers Memorial Day, unions still pleading for enforceable federal protections from deadly COVID-19

Making matters worse, Trump has over the last three years steadily chipped away at the number of federal OSHA investigators, now at its lowest point in the agency’s history.

Grocery workers ask you to #ShopSmart during pandemic

“It’s about keeping yourself safe, keeping the workers safe and keeping the community safe,” UFCW Local 1189 President Jennifer Christensen said.

In victory for unions, Trump administration leaves construction out of new apprenticeship rule

Allowing IRAPs in the industry would have created a shortcut around the rigorous standards of registered apprenticeship, unions argued.

Unions push pandemic response leaving no worker behind

Unions seek protective gear, emergency sick leave, bonding bill as part of pandemic response.

Strike ends, but educators vow to fight on for public schools

SPFE bargained for the public good. The public had SPFE’s back.

SPPS educators strike for schools their students deserve

Teachers turned West 7th Street into a sea of red on Day 1 of their strike.

Mounds View paras stick together with strike vote

Union demands reflect the changing nature of paras’ work.

St. Paul educators set March 10 strike deadline

SPFE gave the district a preview today, picketing at several school sites.

TAs win access to training in deal with St. Paul schools

“We want to learn how to serve our students better,” TA Dallas Robertson said..