News Releases | April 6, 2016

Report: How Trades Unions Can Help the Formerly Incarcerated Find Good Jobs

Union-led programs inside and outside prisons are helping the formerly incarcerated find meaningful employment.

Commentary | April 1, 2016

How We Got to $15, and Where We Go From Here

Via: NY Daily News

The Fight for $15 has changed our country’s economic trajectory and begun to reverse decades of growing wage inequality.

Blog | April 1, 2016

New York Approves Statewide Plan for $15 Minimum Wage

On the heels of California’s action, a tremendous win for workers in the Fight for $15 in the state where(…)

News Releases | March 31, 2016

New York State Agrees to $15 Minimum Wage Plan

The deal means big raises for nearly 1 in 3 workers, reversing years of falling pay.

Blog | March 28, 2016

California Announces First Statewide $15 Minimum Wage

1 in 3 workers in the state will see a pay boost under nation’s first statewide $15 minimum wage.

News Releases | March 28, 2016

California Reported to be First State to Reach $15 Minimum Wage

The potential California action marks a rapid acceleration of the $15 minimum wage movement.

Blog | March 25, 2016

$15 Minimum Wage Would Boost Pay for Nearly 1 Million Workers in New Jersey

Nearly a quarter of the state’s workforce would benefit directly from pay increases under the plan.

News Releases | March 24, 2016

OSHA Issues Updated Rule Protecting Workers from Deadly Silica Dust

Workers should not have to sacrifice their lives for a paycheck.

Commentary | March 22, 2016

The Hill: Candidates, How Will You Turn ‘Gig’ Jobs Into Good Jobs?

Via: The Hill

Will we harness technology to improve working conditions for the many, or to enrich the few?

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