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How Secret ‘Bondage Fees’ Trap Contracted Workers in Low-Wage Jobs

Sarah Lazare Workday Magazine
Noncompete clauses in workers’ contracts, which prevent them from accepting employment with a competitor, have drawn public scrutiny and the FTC is proposing to ban them. But worker advocates say restrictive covenants that constrain the mobility of workers are noncompetes by another name.

It’s About Power

Southern Workers Assembly Southern Workers Assembly
Southern Worker School charts path for building workers movement in the U.S. South.

DHL Express Workers Join Teamsters

Kara Deniz International Brotherhood of Teamsters
The International Brotherhood of Teamsters scored a massive organizing victory for more than 1,100 DHL Express workers at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG).

Dirty Dozen 2023

National COSH National Council for Occupational Safety and Health
Workers' Memorial Week honors workers who have become sick, injured, or lost their lives on the job. The 2023 Dirty Dozen are companies which put workers and communities at risk due to unsafe practices.

Fordham Graduate Students Walk Out of Teaching To Demand a Better Contract

Jonathan Custodio THE CITY
More than 300 graduate student workers at Fordham University’s Arts and Sciences school began a three-day walkout this Monday, resulting in hundreds of canceled classes amid growing frustration with the state of their union contract negotiations with the university.