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by Seth Freed Wessler on March 8 2013, 2:24PM
They’re not lovin’ it.
Topics: /NOW Blog
by Jorge Rivas on February 4 2013, 4:29PM
Did you know the minimum wage for tipped workers has been frozen at $2.13 for the last 21 years?
by Seth Freed Wessler on December 7 2012, 12:35PM
It’s payback time for Michigan’s Republicans.
by Jorge Rivas on November 30 2012, 10:28AM
Community members are thanking workers who walked off their jobs yesterday by accompanying them back to work.
by Jorge Rivas on November 29 2012, 11:35AM
Workers at dozens of fast-food restaurants in New York City walked off the job Thursday morning.
by Jorge Rivas on November 20 2012, 6:25PM
They found the vast majority of recipients of funding voted against the DREAM Act, supported E-verify, immigrant detention, and militarization of the U.S.-Mexico border.
by Julianne Hing on November 20 2012, 2:18PM
The kickoff to the national holiday shopping frenzy has now officially merged with Thanksgiving day itself, with Walmart leading the Thanksgiving evening creep by opening its doors at 10pm on Thursday this week.
by Jorge Rivas on May 30 2012, 2:08PM
SEIU has more than 2.1 million members in Canada, the United States and Puerto Rico that are part of the service industry, including janitors, the security guards, and health care professionals.
Topics: /NOW Blog
by Jorge Rivas on March 1 2012, 6:35PM
“This is the end of this strike, but it is not the end of the struggle,” the students say.
by Jorge Rivas on February 10 2012, 4:13PM
Trader Joe’s and the Coalition of Immokalee Workers (CIW) announced Thursday that they have signed an agreement that formalizes the ways in which Trader Joe’s will work with the CIW and Florida tomato growers to support the CIW’s Fair Food Program.
by Jorge Rivas on January 18 2012, 10:32AM
The black worker unemployment remained in the 15 to 16 percent range, while unemployment for the rest of the workforce dropped below 9 percent.
by Jorge Rivas on January 12 2012, 10:58AM
Workers at a car wash in Los Angeles will receive unpaid wages since 2006.
by Jorge Rivas on January 5 2012, 1:50PM
A quadriplegic immigrant who became disabled while working on a roof died Sunday.
by Jorge Rivas on November 7 2011, 2:19PM
One of the nations largest apple suppliers refused to pay workers minimum wage and left them stranded in rural Washington.
by Asraa Mustufa on June 8 2011, 11:39AM
The state’s historic vote adds momentum to campaigns for paid sick days across the country. And advocates say that it’s low-income women of color who stand to gain the most.
Topics: Gender & Sexuality
by Hatty Lee on May 2 2011, 10:23AM
Workers from across the country gathered to hold the president accountable for his record on immigration.
by Thoai Lu on March 4 2011, 9:36AM
At least Republican lawmakers aren’t trying to hide their own self-interests.