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The staff at New York Magazine makes some big gains in their new contract: raises of over $20,000 for the lowest paid workers, a minimum of 12 weeks' severance & up to 32 weeks in the event of layoffs, a ban on non-disclosure agreements in harassment & discrimination settlements
In reply to @NYMagUnion
A salary floor of $60,000 and immediate salary increases for more than half our shop, including raises of more than $20,000 for our most historically underpaid members. Guaranteed yearly increases of between 2.75% and 3.25%.
 
Steven Greenhouse Retweeted ·  
Texas counties rejecting 7x more mail ballot applications than 2020, DeSantis proposing voter fraud police, VA Republicans filing 20 bills to restrict mail voting. This is what GOP states doing while Manchin/Sinema give Mitch McConnell veto power over protecting voting rights
 
We always used to hear high-minded talk about the "collegiality" of the justices, despite their differences.

Looks like Gorsuch has sought to stick a dagger in the heart of collegiality (as well as OSHA's ability to do its best to safeguard the health of American workers).
Nina Totenberg reports that (1) the Chief Justice asked his colleagues to mask up out of respect for Sotomayor’s health concerns, (2) only Gorsuch refused, and (3) his refusal forced Sotomayor to participate in arguments and conference remotely. npr.org/2022/01/18/107… pic.twitter.com/7JG5hMN0q7
 
Striking grad student workers at Columbia built a more democratic union & won big gains, including pay raises, improved child-care benefits, comprehensive dental benefits & independent arbitration of discrimination & harassment complaints
therealnews.com/striking-worke…
@Lfelizleon
Replying to @greenhousenyt
One of most troubling aspects was that Columbia demanded an open shop -- meaning grad student workers could receive full union benefits while remaining free riders, i.e., without paying any union dues or fees. In this way, supposedly liberal Columbia took a very anti-union stance
 
Striking grad student workers at Columbia built a more democratic union & won big gains, including pay raises, improved child-care benefits, comprehensive dental benefits & independent arbitration of discrimination & harassment complaints
therealnews.com/striking-worke…
@Lfelizleon
 
In a win for labor, workers at a veterinary hospital in upstate New York, near Rochester, vote 65 go 28 in favor of unionizing, becoming the 1st veterinary hospital on the East Coast to unionize

The issues included employee burnout, low pay, understaffing
whec.com/rochester-new-…
VSES: First Veterinary practice on East Coast to unionize
whec.com
 
Manchin is right to recognize that the economy is struggling and that inflation is harming families. However, he should recognize that repealing the Trump tax cuts would make things even worse. washingtonexaminer.com/opinion/joe-ma…
Replying to @GroverNorquist
Repealing Trump's tax cuts would hurt the richest Americans in an era that income inequality has been soaring. But those revenues could fund hugely popular programs like free pre-K & expanding Medicare to dental, vision & hearing benefits--which would be a boon to many Americans
 
Starbucks says it's "inspired by Dr. MLK Jr.'s legacy"

Starbucks forgets that Dr. King died in Memphis, supporting Memphis sanitation workers' struggle to win the right to unionize

Contrary to Dr. King, Starbucks has fought as hard as it can to stop its workers from unionizing
We're all better when we come together. 💚

Inspired by Dr. MLK Jr.'s legacy, join us this Monday and beyond in strengthening our communities through volunteer experiences focused on supporting youth in collaboration with @CityYear, @JA_USA, @MENTORnational.
 
The Supreme Court Sabotages Worker Safety >> "Six justices yielded to politics to disable OSHA from carrying out its statutory mission to protect the health & safety of the American work force. That is where we are now. That’s how far the court has fallen"
nytimes.com/2022/01/17/opi…
 
Steven Greenhouse Retweeted ·  
Your annual reminder that Dr. King believed in guaranteed universal basic income that gave all people a dignified life, guaranteed housing for all, guaranteed access to a high quality education, & said that “no one should be forced to live in poverty while others live in luxury.”
 
Steven Greenhouse Retweeted ·  
This is what the undermining of American democracy looks like. This is what is taking place all across the country. This is why it is an outrage that two Democratic senators have joined Republicans in refusing to pass the Freedom to Vote bill.
 
Starbucks says it's "inspired by Dr. MLK Jr.'s legacy." Starbucks forgets that Dr. King died in Memphis, supporting that city's sanitation workers' fight to win the right to unionize

BTW, Starbucks says, "We're all better when we come together." That's why workers unionize.
We're all better when we come together. 💚

Inspired by Dr. MLK Jr.'s legacy, join us this Monday and beyond in strengthening our communities through volunteer experiences focused on supporting youth in collaboration with @CityYear, @JA_USA, @MENTORnational.
 
Teachers aren't the only ones worried. Here's a response to all those politicians and others who are kicking teachers and their unions for arguing that having in-person classes right now during the Omicron surge might not be such a great idea.
Replying to @greenhousenyt
And in California, students, seeing lax coronavirus protocols, walked out and called in sick to protest in-person classes washingtonpost.com/education/2022…
 
Teachers aren't the only ones worried. Here's a response to all those politicians and others who are kicking teachers and their unions for arguing that having in-person classes right now during the Omicron surge might not be such a great idea.
Students outside Chicago Public Schools headquarters protesting the return to in-person learning without their input. This is part of a planned student walk out today over COVID-19 concerns. pic.twitter.com/DKs9UdZ4vv
 
Djokovic, Here’s another strong argument why it’s dumb not to get vaccinated
 
Suspicious fire scorches home of Lorena Gonzalez, who just stepped down as a State Assemblywoman to become president of the California Federation of Labor latimes.com/california/sto…
 
In reply to @greenhousenyt
(Inadvertently?) left off the Latina labor leader of the largest Federation in the Country, @LorenaSGonzalez . #representationmatters #chingonas #1u #womenlead #caunionstrong @CaliforniaLabor @CA_Bldg_Trades
Replying to @TradesSf @LorenaSGonzalez and 2 others
Lorena Gonzalez is only now taking the helm of the California Fed. I think it’s quite accurate and fair to say that the five labor leaders I point to are unarguably more prominent than Lorena
 
Obama's Director of OSHA >> OSHA Can Do More to Protect Americans From Covid-19
The Supreme Court’s decision on vaccine mandates leaves the door open for a new strategy to protect workers.

nytimes.com/2022/01/14/opi…
 
In reply to @jaswain
I don’t think so. That message was because they were scared the system was going to break and mass strikes would break out. That hasn’t happened - at least not to scale. So… just like when the oil executives said they always thought there’d be rioting in the streets if gas 1/2
I think they were shocked and scared that a poll found that young Americans had better views of socialism than of capitalism. And I think they were also disgraced by Purdue Pharma & by Exxon & other fossil fuel companies denying climate change
 
The Supreme Court’s ruling that blocks Biden’s vaccine-or-test mandate is yet another example of the elite playing by one set of better & safer rules for itself whole consigning the masses to a different, worse, less safe set of rules washingtonpost.com/opinions/2022/…
 
I’m a Longtime Union Organizer. But I've Never Seen Anything Like This

After 20 patients died, 85% of the nursing home's workers signed pro-union cards. Then they courageously went on strike to demand recognition. But then the union busters went to work
nytimes.com/2022/01/14/opi…
 
Breaking: The NLRB today ordered unionization elections at three additional Starbucks in Buffalo, with ballots mailed out on January. 31 and ballots counted on February 10

nytimes.com/2022/01/14/bus…
Replying to @greenhousenyt
The NLRB just said the vote count would be Feb, 23, not Feb 10
 
Breaking: The NLRB today ordered unionization elections at three additional Starbucks in Buffalo, with ballots mailed out on January. 31 and ballots counted on February 10

nytimes.com/2022/01/14/bus…
Taking On Starbucks, Inspired by Bernie Sanders
nytimes.com
 
Fox News, the right-wing political network, loves to sow chaos by fertilizing inane conspiracy theories & helping them sprout
So I was approached by Fox Nation to appear on a program exploring the “theory” that #JohnSurratt was the one who actually killed Lincoln and not #JohnWilkesBooth?!? Here’s the reply I sent back. pic.twitter.com/8Dic8DIxZ7
 
Sara Nelson, president of the Association of Flight Attendants, may challenge AFL-CIO President Liz Shuler for the labor federation's presidency when Shuler's term ends in June.

thechiefleader.com/news/open_arti…
Replying to @greenhousenyt
Just another reason why there has been a resurgence in labor coverage and the labor beat Here's a story on why the labor beat has rebounded so much in recent years >> niemanreports.org/articles/labor…
From Covid-19 to #MeToo, The Labor Beat Is Resurgent | Nieman Reports
niemanreports.org
 
Sara Nelson, president of the Association of Flight Attendants, may challenge AFL-CIO President Liz Shuler for the labor federation's presidency when Shuler's term ends in June.

thechiefleader.com/news/open_arti…
Replying to @greenhousenyt
Back in 2019, I wrote about the possibility of Sara Nelson (@FlyingWithSara) running against @LizShuler to succeed then-AFL-CIO President Rich Trumka, who died tragically of a heart attack last August. theguardian.com/us-news/2019/j…
AFL-CIO leadership: the two women vying to be America's top labor official
theguardian.com
 
A huge change from decades ago

The nation's 5 most prominent union leaders are all women

Liz Shuler, president of AFL-CIO

Becky Pringle, president of NEA

Mary Kay Henry, president of SEIU

Randi Weingarten, president of AFT

Sara Nelson, president of Assn of Flight Attendants
 
Sara Nelson, president of the Association of Flight Attendants, may challenge AFL-CIO President Liz Shuler for the labor federation's presidency when Shuler's term ends in June.

thechiefleader.com/news/open_arti…
 
In reply to @greenhousenyt
I’m not sure most large corporations oppose this mandate, which would apply to them all & deflect complaints. The ruling does lateral to the Court’s ideological soulmates now to criticize Biden for both “not doing enough” & “overreaching.”
Replying to @paulitically
Not only did the NFIB bring the lawsuit against OSHA, but the very important National Retail Federation also opposed the mandate.
 
The Occupational Safety & Health Act says OSHA has authority to “protect employees” from “grave danger” that comes from “new hazards.”

The pandemic is probably the worst "new hazard" to hit the nation since the Spanish flu. Yet the conservative justices won't let OSHA use its
Replying to @greenhousenyt
authority aggressively to contain Covid. I believe the 6 conservative justices misread the text of the act. They just don't like government—especially a Democratic administration—using its powers so robustly. Plus, the conservatives usually rule the way corporate litigants want.
 
The Occupational Safety & Health Act says OSHA has authority to “protect employees” from “grave danger” that comes from “new hazards.”

The pandemic is probably the worst "new hazard" to hit the nation since the Spanish flu. Yet the conservative justices won't let OSHA use its
 
Not only does a new report find that two-thirds of Kroger workers struggle to afford food & housing, but a leaked internal memo shows that Kroger executives have known for years that most Kroger workers live in poverty
yahoo.com/now/2-3-kroger…
2 out of 3 Kroger workers struggle to afford food and housing, survey finds
yahoo.com
EXCLUSIVE: A leaked internal memo reveals that @Kroger executives were told in 2018 that most of the company’s workers live in poverty and rely on food stamps and other public aid to survive as a result of the company’s low pay.

perfectunion.us/exclusive-krog…
 
Unionizing Starbucks, Inspired by Bernie Sanders

“If you think about the kinds of employees Starbucks has, they have a lot of young people, Bernie supporters, D.S.A. types. These are the kinds of people who can take this union idea and run with it."
nytimes.com/2022/01/14/bus…
Replying to @greenhousenyt
Starbucks is being shockingly dishonest here >> "A Starbucks spokesman, Reggie Borges, said that the company was not anti-union but 'pro-partner.'" How can Starbucks begin to maintain that it is not anti-union, when it mounted such a huge anti-union effort in Buffalo?
 
Unionizing Starbucks, Inspired by Bernie Sanders

“If you think about the kinds of employees Starbucks has, they have a lot of young people, Bernie supporters, D.S.A. types. These are the kinds of people who can take this union idea and run with it."
nytimes.com/2022/01/14/bus…
Taking On Starbucks, Inspired by Bernie Sanders
nytimes.com
 
Headline for today's Supreme Court decision:

Libertarian Ideology Trumps Prudent Measures Aimed at Saving Americans' Lives
 
John Roberts said (very disingenuously) that all he would do as Chief Justice is call balls and strikes.

With today's decision overturning OSHA's Covid regs, Roberts is calling not balls and strikes, but for more sickness and deaths
 
Seems like the Supreme Court's conservatives infinitely prefer their libertarian, anti-regulatory ideology to letting Biden take important steps to contain Covid

The upshot of the Court's decision: Many more Americans will die from Covid & there'll be more damage to the economy
 
With Omicron surging, far more retailers should be stepping up & paying hazard or hero pay of several more dollars an hour.

It's a disgrace that so few companies pay hazard pay

Seattle is a model, requiring $4 an hour hazard pay for grocery workers
mynorthwest.com/3144772/seattl…
Replying to @greenhousenyt
Remember that much-ballyhooed statement from the Business Roundtable, that group of CEO's from leading corporations, who said they would no longer focus just on maximizing profits, they would be mindful of the concerns of all stakeholders like workers So where is the hazard pay?
 
With Omicron surging, far more retailers should be stepping up & paying hazard or hero pay of several more dollars an hour.

It's a disgrace that so few companies pay hazard pay

Seattle is a model, requiring $4 an hour hazard pay for grocery workers
mynorthwest.com/3144772/seattl…
Replying to @greenhousenyt
It's a disgrace that CEO's work from home via Zoom pulling in millions a year & white-collar workers work at home making >$150k, but companies won't pay hazard pay to their heroic front-line workers, who earn $10, $12 an hour & go to work every day & risk their lives facing Covid
 
With Omicron surging, far more retailers should be stepping up & paying hazard or hero pay of several more dollars an hour.

It's a disgrace that so few companies pay hazard pay

Seattle is a model, requiring $4 an hour hazard pay for grocery workers
mynorthwest.com/3144772/seattl…
Seattle council leaves grocery store hazard pay in place indefinitely
mynorthwest.com
 
On the grocery strike in Colorado: “The companies were thriving, but our workers didn’t thrive. Know what our workers got? COVID. Attacked. Beat up. Spit on. Slapped. Overworked. And the company? They did great, sitting behind their desk working by Zoom.”
huffpost.com/entry/king-soo…
 
In a double win for labor, the NLRB says a majority of workers at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago vote to unionize, a day after an NLRB count found that majority at the Art Institute voted to unionize

The result: More than 500 new union members
chicago.suntimes.com/business/2022/…
Breaking: In a big win for labor, workers at the Art Institute of Chicago have voted in favor of unionizing, joining the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees. The vote was 142 for unionizing and 44 against.
 
Hilarious Correction on Wall Street Journal story about Kroger/King Soopers supermarket strike in Colorado

"The company said union leaders refused mediation services. An earlier version of this article incorrectly said meditation services."

wsj.com/articles/kroge…
 
Steven Greenhouse Retweeted ·  
This is a great in-depth piece from @greenhousenyt on the evolution of the labor beat. I'm bullish on its future! But we desperately need to rebuild local journalism and create more full-time staff labor reporting jobs outside of the power centers. niemanreports.org/articles/labor…
 
Breaking: The NLRB sets Jan. 24 as date to send out ballots for over 600 New York Times tech workers to vote on whether to unionize & join the NewsGuild. If they unionize, they'll be the largest tech union in the US to have collective bargaining rights

Ballots counted on March 7
 
BREAKING: In another big win for labor, workers at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago vote in favor of unionizing, 115 to 48

This week over 500 workers at the Art Institute & its school have unionized-- part of a wave of unionization at museums across the US
@AICWUtweets
 
In another big win for labor, workers at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago voted in favor of unionizing, 115 to 48

As a result, over 500 workers at the Art Institute & its school have unionized this week--joining the American Fedn of State, County & Municipal Employees
 
There were so many important labor stories during the pandemic that many reporters on other beats covered labor stories

For instance, retail reporters @mcorkery5 @abhabhattarai & @nmeyersohn did an excellent job covering Covid's stresses on retail workers
niemanreports.org/articles/labor…
From Covid-19 to #MeToo, The Labor Beat Is Resurgent | Nieman Reports
niemanreports.org
 
“When the pandemic hit, everybody became a labor reporter"

After years of declining labor coverage, more newsrooms are covering union drives, workplace safety, strikes, remote work & poor treatment of essential workers AND putting them on the front page
niemanreports.org/articles/labor…
 
Steven Greenhouse Retweeted ·  
BREAKING: Thousands of grocery workers in Colorado just went on strike this morning at Kroger-owned King Soopers/City Market stores. Dispute involves ~8K workers at 87 locations. Background here:
huffpost.com/entry/kroger-f…
These Grocery Workers Are Fed Up And Ready To Strike
huffpost.com
 
 
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