COVID-19 continues to wreak havoc on the economy. Mike Konczal of the Roosevelt Institute joins us to discuss the disappointing relief bill that was signed into law today.
As the coronavirus spreads across the world, we discuss what it means for workers in healthcare, the gig economy, and other frontline industries.
If they can disrupt the supply chain, Amazon workers could transform an industry that constitutes one of the commanding heights of the twenty-first-century economy.
Why is the labor movement in Minnesota thriving? SEIU Local 26 joins us to talk about the Twin Cities’ robust network of grassroots worker centers and unions.
Sarah and Michelle talk about this year’s biggest labor stories.
“We need to start acting as a class-conscious organization.”
We hear about a new union in the UK organizing everyone from foster care workers to Uber drivers. Plus: an interview with a striking General Motors worker.
Only a strong movement can put the management of capitalism on the political agenda.
A report back from Labor Notes’s first ever conference in Asia.
How would the workplace be different if the workers owned it?
Following Hong Kong’s first general strike in decades, three activists talk about labor’s role in the protests.
The President of the Puerto Rico Teachers Federation talks about this week’s protests and the ongoing fight against corruption.