Thanks for your patience on this slightly-delayed issue. Realistically, I will probably delay next week’s edition a few days (or might just do a mega-r…
This week, I spoke with Nausicaa Renner (who I speak to every week!) about the Deere strike, the labor market, and union democracy, for Intercepted. Yo…
This week I went on The Dig with Gabe Winant, Alex Press, and IATSE activist Victor Bouzi. If you’re sick of me talking about labor, you should absolut…
Thanks for your patience on this delayed edition of the weekly newsletter; Deere and Halloween combined set me back a couple days. Will be back on Satu…
Bad news, folks: the NLRB site crashed, so we’ve got only a partial account of filings this week. I’ll play catch-up for next week. As I continue to tr…
Welcome to all the new subscribers! This has been a hell of a busy week, so you may not see the usual detail, but we’ll (hopefully) be back to regular …
NEW ORGANIZING New election filings at the NLRB: 115 workers at Garden Fresh Salsa in Ferndale, MI are organizing with UFCW Local 876. 113 non-tenure-t…
The newsletter is officially moving to Saturdays, so enjoy this 10-day mega edition. Also, I wrote a piece for Labor Notes about the UAW referendum tha…
Thanks for your patience with this delayed edition of the newsletter; my kid got a cold and then passed it to me. I may permanently switch to Saturdays…
RIP Norm Macdonald. NEW ORGANIZING New election filings at the NLRB: 386 food processing workers who make prepared meals for Hello Fresh/Green Chef in …
This week, I broke the news at Labor Notes of 10,000 workers at John Deere voting to authorize a strike during what is likely to be a contentious UAW c…
NEW ORGANIZING New filings at the NLRB: Health Care and Social Assistance: 371 workers at Breaking Ground, a social services agency which helps people …