Baristas in Chicago are joining a union drive that’s sweeping Starbucks nationwide.
Private equity firm ZMC acquires the comedy institution, while AICE advocates for representation.
The Old Town School’s new union fears the administration is treating teachers like commodities, not inspirations.
COVID-19 provides cover for a union bust at Saint Xavier University.
“We deserve a seat at the bargaining table and we will not stop organizing until our union is recognized and we’ve negotiated a fair contract.”
The Riv stagehands that Jam illegally fired last year have been rehired, and now they’re protesting the company’s failure to negotiate with their newly formed union.
No office. No health insurance. No job security. No time for students.
Chicago Public Media hopes to protect its spirit and reach a consensus without splitting into factions.
Employees of Chicago Public Media vote overwhelmingly to join SAG-AFTRA.
CPM employees hope to be represented by the Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, but getting there has been unpleasant.
Is Aggrego a savior to the Pioneer Press papers—or a threat?
NLRB orders Columbia College to respect labor law, make wronged faculty “whole.”
Republican electoral reform and the Obama power play are not equivalent, no matter what newspapers say.
NLRB orders Columbia College to pay its adjuncts for courses lost in 2011
St. Xavier University isn’t Catholic enough for the NLRB